Both sentences are correct and they have similar meanings. Both are asking for an opinion. The first asks for more a hypothetical opinion. The second asks for more of a definitie opinion. It is likely that they would result in the same answer.Originally Posted by jack
Again, "would" is little more speculative than "will". We often use "would" to be less definite than "will".but will i be able to read it?
but would i be able to read it?
are these both correct? what is the difference between the two?
In a question, we invert the subject and verb, but not in dependent clauses."do you know how would i get tutored in english?"
"do you know how will i get tutored in english?"
and same with these ones, what is the differene between the two?
"Do you know how I would get tutored in english?"
"Do you know how I will get tutored in english?"
In the first, the tutoring is a hypothesis. It is not yet firm.
In the second, the tutoring is firm. The question is about the details of it.
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