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In this pattern: Vばいいのに. (literally, it would be good if you ~).

What conjugation of verb should I use here?

Is this correct: お腹空いた時、お食事を食べればいいのに。?

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Good for use of "ばいいのに"! "お食事" is not for eating, stands for breakfast, lunch, dinner ... and Japanese will says as follows お腹空いた時、何か食べればいいのに。 "何か" is something.

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