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    Is 'will' necessary or not?

    Teachers.

    I leave it to you.
    I'll leave it to you.

    Which of these are consider to be correct, when you want to say to someone that everything now is in his/her hand?

    Similarly,
    I hold you to it.
    I'll hold you to it.

    In this situation, can you also say like 'Now, it's in your hand.'?

    Thank you very much.

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    Re: Is 'will' necessary or not?

    Quote Originally Posted by jibou View Post
    Teachers.

    I leave it to you.
    I'll leave it to you.

    Which of these are consider to be correct, when you want to say to someone that everything now is in his/her hand?

    Similarly,
    I hold you to it.
    I'll hold you to it.

    In this situation, can you also say like 'Now, it's in your hands.'?

    Thank you very much.
    Bhai.

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