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    Conditional

    Sir

    What is the difference between the following sentences.

    1 If I go to my friend's home for dinner tonight, I will take some flowers.

    2 If I went to my friend's home for dinner tonight, I would take some flowers.


    Kindly clear the uses and tense or type of both.

    Regards.

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    Re: Conditional

    Quote Originally Posted by Abdul basit jadoon View Post
    Sir

    What is the difference between the following sentences.

    1 If I go to my friend's home for dinner tonight, I will take some flowers. I might go.

    2 If I went to my friend's home for dinner tonight, I would take some flowers. I'm probably not going to go.


    Kindly clear the uses and tense or type of both.

    Regards.
    Bhai.

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