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    #1

    India's youngsters

    Hi guys,

    Please check these sentences.

    "India has the largest number of youngsters in comparison to other countries, but that means after some time it would have a very large number of old people".

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    Re: India's youngsters

    That's grammatical. Where did you find it?

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    Re: India's youngsters

    Is it fine?

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    #4

    Re: India's youngsters

    I would change "would" to "will".

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