Man: Now Carly, that's my older daughter, has just had her seventh birthday, so presumably she['d] be in a different group?
Could anybody tell me the meaning of 'd and the usage of it?
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You are using 2 contractions in the Post:
that's == "that is"
she'd == "she would" (in this Particular case; In other context it can be "she had")
There is no space in the contractions.
Situation to Explain the Sentence:
Imagine that School girls are being put in groups according to age. Carly wants to be in the same group as her cousin, who is 6 years old. Since Carly has become 7 years old recently, her father is asking the teacher whether Carly "would" be in a Different group or whether she and her cousin "would" be considered the same age group.
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