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    What is the deffrence between "you could win a TV", and "You would win a TV".

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    Re: deffrence

    What is the deffrence difference between "yYou could win a TV", and "You would win a TV".
    The first suggests a possibility, the second a certainty - provided, in both cases, some condition were fulfilled.
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