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What is the difference between (a) and (b)
(a) I would be available to work at your office for the next two weeks
(b) I will be available to work at your office for the next two weeks
. . . and they both need a full stop at the end.
Thank you teachers for your help
I have studied the Conditionals. "If" is not listed as part of the sentence (a) "I would be available to work for the next few days". In this example, I assume it is a conditional. Am I right?
There is an implied conditional - something like:" I would be available to work at your office for the next two weeks if that were necessary".
The conditional sentence can't stand as it is without a context. Even if the "if clause" is elsewhere in the conversation or paragraph, or even if it's implied, it does exist.
Thank you teachers for the explanation. I understand the conditional lessons better