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    Want to know about Future Tense

    I am businessman, sometime i stuck in a tense. Like today i have stucked; I was writing a mail to my client and i wanted to convey him that i need TDS certificate with in week and i was mentioning that; i would be requiring TDS certificate with in week's time. Can you tell me is it correct english?

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    Re: Want to know about Future Tense

    I am businessman, sometime i stuck in a tense. Like today i have stucked; I was writing a mail to my client and i wanted to convey him that i need TDS certificate with in week and i was mentioning that; i would be requiring TDS certificate with in week's time. Can you tell me is it correct english?

    I am a businessman, and sometimes I get stuck with tense. Like today. I was writing a letter/sending an email to my client and I wanted to convey to him that I need a TDS certificate from him within the week.

    What I wrote was, " i would be requiring TDS certificate with in week's time."
    Can you tell me is it correct english?
    Correct English would be:
    "I wlll require a/the TDS certificate from you within the week."

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