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    impose

    Hello teachers,
    please check this dialogue.

    Alina: "The US government has decided that they would impose visas on us by the end of the year"
    Jack: "That's awful".

    Thanks

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    Re: impose

    Hi

    As a Brit, but not a teacher, I would change "would" to "will", since, as they have already decided to do it, it is no longer a conditional situation, which would have used "would".

    Hope this helps

    Regards
    NT

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