can would be used in present tense

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Would in the present tense

It's known that would is the past of will,but to be used as present that what is not popular.

There are a lot of cases for that such as

To ask a question

*Would you like to have some tea

For polite requests

 *I would like to have some tea

Used with rather or sooner to show performance between two choices

*I would rather coffee than tea 

To show wish or desire

*I wish you would do it

To show plan

* She would come, she said that

And so on of several uses of would 

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