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There are three points that are A1 with the ‘would like’ form.

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1 I WOULD LIKE TO SEE 27029

  Tennis World
I would like to see Rafael Nadal on the court with some of the top female players. When I watched Roger Federer and Serena Williams playing, …

2 I WOULD LIKE TO KNOW 26371
3 I WOULD LIKE TO THANK 19816
4 YOU WOULD LIKE TO SEE 12633
5 I WOULD LIKE TO BE 10410
6 I WOULD LIKE TO HAVE 10397
7 YOU WOULD LIKE TO BE 10020
8 I WOULD LIKE TO SAY 9302
9 WE WOULD LIKE TO THANK 8805
10 YOU WOULD LIKE TO USE 7919
11 I WOULD LIKE TO GET 7287
12 I WOULD LIKE TO ADD 7153
13 I WOULD LIKE TO SHARE 6608
14 YOU WOULD LIKE TO HAVE 6523
15 I WOULD LIKE TO MAKE 6177
16 YOU WOULD LIKE MORE INFORMATION 6097
17 I WOULD LIKE TO DO 6026
18 YOU WOULD LIKE TO KNOW 5879
19 I WOULD LIKE TO TAKE 5794
20 YOU WOULD LIKE TO LEARN 5769
21 I WOULD LIKE TO ASK 5668
22 YOU WOULD LIKE TO MAKE 5421
23 I WOULD LIKE TO USE 5219
24 YOU WOULD LIKE TO ADD 5204
25 YOU WOULD LIKE TO SHARE 5115
26 I WOULD LIKE TO TRY 4603
27 YOU WOULD LIKE TO RECEIVE 4576
28 I WOULD LIKE TO HEAR 4393
29 WE WOULD LIKE TO SEE 4267
30 YOU WOULD LIKE US TO 4155
31 YOU WOULD LIKE TO GET 4043
32 I WOULD LIKE TO THINK 3877
33 AND WOULD LIKE TO KNOW 3844
34 THEY WOULD LIKE TO SEE 3499
35 I WOULD LIKE TO POINT 3432
36 YOU WOULD LIKE TO DISCUSS 3339
37 I WOULD LIKE YOU TO 3280
38 I WOULD LIKE TO GIVE 3112
39 YOU WOULD LIKE TO DO 2949
40 YOU WOULD LIKE TO FIND 2806
41 HE WOULD LIKE TO SEE 2785
42 YOU WOULD LIKE TO TAKE 2682
43 I WOULD LIKE TO FIND 2578
44 I WOULD LIKE TO START 2539
45 I WOULD LIKE TO GO 2513
46 YOU WOULD LIKE TO PURCHASE 2504
47 YOU WOULD LIKE TO CHANGE 2497
48 AND WOULD LIKE TO SEE 2492
49 YOU WOULD LIKE TO JOIN 2371
50 AND WOULD LIKE TO BE 2296

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