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    #1

    will and would ?

    What is the difference between these two sentences?

    We would be able to reimburse you once youhave provided the original receipts to us.

    We will be able to reimburse you once you have provided the original receipts to us.

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      • Native Language:
      • English
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      • United States
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    #2

    Re: will and would ?

    No difference in meaning. First example is a bit more natural. IMO, second example would look better as: We will be able to reimburse you once you provide the original receipts to us.

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