the verb 'would' is most commonly used to form the future tense when it is used with a verb, such as 'I would visit Spain next year.' In this sentence, 'would' is helping to express the idea of a future event. It can also be used to form a conditional statement such as 'If I had more money, I would buy a car.' This statement expresses a hypothetical situation. 'Would' can also be used to express a preference or simply to ask for a favor 'Would you be willing to lend me some money?'
1. 'I would travel to France if I had the time.'
2. 'I would really appreciate if you could help me with this.'
3. 'I would finish this project by tonight if I had the resources.'
it is important to keep in mind when using 'would' to form a future tense, it does not indicate the exact timing of the event. As such, it is better to use 'will' to express a more definitive timeline. Additionally, it is important that the subject and verb agree in number and tense when using 'would'.