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  1. Unregistered
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    will or can

    When do you use will or can

    If example is it OK to write (Will you make cards for Valentine's Day?) or (Can you make cards for Valentine's Day?)

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    Re: will or can

    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    When do you use will or can

    If example is it OK to write (Will you make cards for Valentine's Day?) or (Can you make cards for Valentine's Day?)
    Both are correct, but they refer to different meanings. The situation plays an important role here.

    Will you (future incidents) In other words, Are you going to make ...?
    Can you (ability) Are you able to make ...? Do you have the ability to ...?

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