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    Default he would or he will ?

    Hello, I assume "nor would he comment" in this sentence is present tense. Can I use "he will not comment"? When should one use "he will not comment" and "he would not comment".

    Nor would he comment on what the verdict will contain.

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    Default Re: he would or he will ?

    Quote Originally Posted by thomas615 View Post
    Hello, I assume "nor would he comment" in this sentence is present tense. Can I use "he will not comment"? When should one use "he will not comment" and "he would not comment".

    Nor would he comment on what the verdict will contain.
    Is there any context for this?

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