I wish I had known something about the matter
≒ I'm sorry I didn't know anything about the matter then.
I wished I had known something about the
≒ I was sorry I hadn't known anything about the matter then.
I wish I were a bird and I could fly to
you right now.
They wished there were some effective measures
to get out of the financial crisis their company was suffering
I wish I had been able to enjoy the party
No matter when she may hear Mr. Matsumoto
speak English, she wishes she could speak half as well as
Cindy wished James had given her the information
that he would be late, as he knows she always has a mobile phone with her.
I wish I had had some more time to talk
to you when I saw you last.
Will you come to the party tomorrow? −I
wish I could, but I have to prepare for a business trip
my boss asked me to go on.
The Prime Minister, Morihiro Hosokawa,
wished the political reform bill had been passed by the
end of last year and he could devote himself to undertaking
the issues of the economic slow down then.
She looks as if she saw a ghost.
She looked as if she saw a ghost.
She looks as if she had seen a ghost.
She looked as if she had seen a ghost.
She looks as if she were in her early [late]
He painted the picture as if he had seen
In Las Vegas, he spent money on gambling
as if it were water.
The dog ate voraciously as if it hadn't
been fed for many days.
How come you talk as if you had heard them
talking about the secret and you knew the truth?
Winning the first prize in the public lottery,
I felt as if I were dreaming and checked the prize number
over and over again in the paper.
＜東京 新宿 ＞