- For Teachers
The front desk tells me that they'll send someone to come pick up my suitcase. I say:
Yes, that would work. VS Yes, that will work.
What's the difference between saying would and will here?
You can also say "Yes, that works [for me]", meaning "That plan is acceptable to me". "That works" is being used much more frequently these days.
Q. Are you free for a meeting on Monday morning at 10? / Shall we have a meeting on Monday morning at 10?
A. Yes, that works for me.
A. Yes, that would work.
A. Yes, that will work.
Remember - correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing make posts much easier to read.