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    would probably versus would only

    Hi all,


    Is there any meaning difference between 'would probably' and 'would' only ?


    For example,

    If I had the option to travel to any destination, I would probably pick...........

    If I had the option to travel to any destination, I would pick...........

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    Re: would probably versus would only

    If I had the option to travel to any destination, I would probably pick...........
    This one is not 100% sure- the person might make a different choice if they had the option.

    If I had the option to travel to any destination, I would pick...........
    They would definitely choose this.

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