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    What's the difference here: If I order the item today, will/would I get it by Monday

    What's the difference here:

    If I order the item today, will/would I get it by Monday?

    Are both okay?

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    Re: What's the difference here: If I order the item today, will/would I get it by Mo

    Both of the following are correct:
    If I order the item today, will I get it by Monday? -or-
    If I ordered the item today, would I get it by Monday?

    Notice how the verb tenses must agree in each example.

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