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    Question Hello Everyone,I'm back with one question~

    Dear Mr' Answer:
    What are the differences bewteen "soon They would enter China" and "soon They would be entering China" thank you~~


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    Re: Hello Everyone,I'm back with one question~

    NOT A TEACHER


    It's the same as in:

    They'll be going for about 20 miles. ~|Future continuous (when we want to lay emphasis on duration)
    They'll go for about 20 miles.~|Future simple (when we predict)

    when "will" turns into "would", you mean (in this case) the past

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    Re: Hello Everyone,I'm back with one question~

    thank you got it ~~

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