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    Is this correct?

    Hello,

    Are these two sentences correct: It would help if you could provide this.
    You must do this, or there would be no peace.

    Are the bolded words right? Or, must I say ... if you can and ... there will be...

    Mr. X

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    Re: Is this correct?

    Quote Originally Posted by Mr. X View Post
    Hello,

    Are these two sentences correct: It would help if you could provide this. OK
    You must do this, or there would be no peace. Use 'will'.

    Are the bolded words right? Or, must I say ... if you can and ... there will be...

    Mr. X
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