037. I’d hate for you to…
-> used to emphasize that you do not want something to happen.
A: Do you have the five dollars I lent you yesterday?
B: Oh I forgot! I’ll l run home real quick and bring you the money.
A: You don’t have to go right away.
B: I’d hate for you to think I was lazy in returning your money.
A: That’s OK. I know you’re a responsible person.
B: Yeah, but just the same, I’ll go home and get the money right away.
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