What would you like to do?
A contraction is s shortened version of a group of words, single word, or syllable in the spoken and written forms. The contraction for there would is there'd. This is the… same contraction for there had.
You'd, as in you'd go to the party if you weren't sick and in bed.
it is she'd
The contraction for it would is it'd.
The contraction is "he'd". For example, as in this sentence: George said he'd visit the farm next week.
Wouldn't (would not) Would've (would have)
The contraction for "you would" is you'd.
Mutual Assent and Consideration. Consideration is a legal term for something of value. Usually one side pays money for services or goods. One party's consideration is the mone…y, while the other's is the service or good. Mutual assent is the understanding of both parties as to what the agreement entails. Usually, mutual assent is evidenced by a signature, however, in an oral contract such as when one purchases something from a fast food restaurant, the mutual assent is implied from the actions and words of the parties.
You often see this in signposts or road surfaces where a place name is too long to fit onto it. So, for instance, in the UK Birmingham is often too long to fit on a road sur…face to indicate where you need to turn to go there. The sign painters often shorten it to B'ham where the apostrophe indicates that some letters have been removed. We also use it in words like didn't to show that the o has been dropped from the words did not.
The contraction of will not is won't.