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    Default what is the difference?

    changes will have to be made at all level.
    changes would have to be made at all level


    what is the difference between these two sentences?

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    Default Re: what is the difference?

    Quote Originally Posted by jayan12 View Post
    changes will have to be made at all levels.
    changes would have to be made at all levels.


    what is the difference between these two sentences?
    The first one is imperative, the second one is conditional. In the first changes have to be made at all levels. In the second changes have to be made at all levels under certain circumstances.

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