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    #1

    I will go there

    1. I would go there.

    2. I will go there.

    Are both the above sentences correct and convey the same meaning?
    Last edited by Rover_KE; 12-Apr-2015 at 08:58. Reason: Numbering the sentences.

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    #2

    Re: I will go there

    Welcome to the forum, suniljain.

    Your question should be 'Are both the above sentences correct and do they convey the same meaning?'

    #1 means 'I might go there' (subject to certain conditions, such as 'if I can afford it'/'if it stays fine'.)

    #2 means 'I am definitely going to go there.'

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    #3

    Re: I will go there

    They are both correct, but the meaning is, as Rover says, different.

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