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    Difference between Will and Would

    I m very confused about will and would. Whenever we have to use will or would.

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    Re: Difference between Will and Would

    Have you tried Googling the uses?

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    Re: Difference between Will and Would

    Welcome to the forum, ritika.

    I'm very confused about 'will' and 'would'. When do we have to use 'will' or 'would'?
    Please note my corrections to your post.

    Type will/would in the Google Custom Search box near the top of the page.Ignore the first six entries on the page it brings up and read some of the previous answers to your question that have appeared in the forum.

    Then go back to entries 5 and 6 and test yourself.


    Last edited by Rover_KE; 11-Oct-2014 at 08:29.

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