would definition | Dictionary.com
would (used in conditional sentences to express choice or possibility): They would come if they had the fare. If the temperature were higher, the water would evaporate.
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what does "would" mean hear and if we put "will" how does that affect the meaning?
"Would" is usually followed or preceded by 'if'.
1. I would jump off a roof if I was scuicidal
2. I will jump off a roof.
In the second sentence, the fact that I'm gonna jump is not questionable, whereas the sentence 1 is only an hypothesis.
Hope that was clear enough :D