Hi. Before someone answers your question I'll correct your post. Note that, even after my corrections, it still doesn't sound very good.Q: can "would" and "will" be used in a same paragraph?
haveonce wrote an essay (when you specify the time with 'once' (I know it isn't much of a specification, but this is a rule) you should use the past simple tense. Also, the verb 'write' is an irregular verb. It's "write, wrote, written"). In one paragraph of my essay, (put spaces after commas!) I described something (spaces before paretheses!) (let's name it A) "will happen", but again, I also described another thing s(only one thing can be 'another'. 'Another' means 'an other' which explains it well enough) (let's name it B) "would happen".
Of course, "A things" were associated with "B things". (Spaces after periods!) Their relation was that "A" leads to "B".
But anyway, what I mean
s(I mean, not means) is that "A" was connected with "B".
But a native speaker said I should constantly use one tense.
Maybe I confuse:
When to use "would" as a modal verb?
When to use "would" as the past tense?
When to use "will" as a modal verb?
When to use "will" as the future tense?
Can "would" and "will" be used in a same paragraph at the same time?
Sorry, I can't find out the best way to
descriptdescribe my question.
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