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    Don't / won't

    Dear teachers

    Should I use "won't" or "don't" in the following sentence? Or both correct, just different in the meaning? Please advise.

    "The meeting you won't/don't want to miss"


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    Holden

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    The example you provided is not a sentence; it has no main verb. As to your question, the two words in this context have equivalent meanings.
    Last edited by Rover_KE; 12-Mar-2014 at 10:15.

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