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    #1

    'This word in the sentence would properly be omitted altogether'

    Could someone show me the diferences between the two sentences?:
    'This word in the sentence would properly be omitted altogether'
    'This word in the sentence will properly be omitted altogether'

    I am not a native speaker-a new learner also, so I often feel confused when to use 'would' and 'will'
    Thanks so much.

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    Re: 'This word in the sentence would properly be omitted altogether'

    Look at some of the links HERE.

    In what context did you find that odd sentence?

    Rover

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    Re: 'This word in the sentence would properly be omitted altogether'

    Are you sure you mean "properly", not "probably"?
    Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.

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