‘She [color=red]would always love Percy’ is correct, common, and a term used to indicate that she will continue to love him throughout her existence, not just when she was young.
In this case, the difference, please between these two:
She would always love Percy.
She will always love Percy.
The sentence with “bring” seems like “storybook” English that [color=red]would never be used in real life
In this case, what it the difference between:
The sentence with “bring” seems like “storybook” English that would never be used in real life.
…that is never used in real life.
These two sentences with “would” are conditional, aren’t they? If they are, what is the condition for each of them?