Khaled Bassam
when we use will and when we use would? is there a big difference between them in using in English language?
May 28, 2018 3:34 PM
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• You use will when talking about the future:
• I’m sure the party will be a big success.
• Usually wilGRAMMAR: Choosing the right tense
• You use will when talking about the future:
• I’m sure the party will be a big success.
• Usually "will" changes to would when reporting what someone said or thought:
• She said she was sure that the party would be a big success.
• If the event is still in the future, will is sometimes used, especially after the present perfect tense:
• Lots of people have said they will come to the party.l changes to would when reporting what someone said or thought:
• She said she was sure that the party would be a big success.
• If the event is still in the future, will is sometimes used, especially after the present perfect tense:
• Lots of people have said they will come to the party.

May 28, 2018
When asking a question: Would/Will you do this? There is virtually no difference. However when you answer I will, it is a certain answer, where as answering "I would" would be uncertain, and usually would mean that you will do something under a certain condition.

There is more to it than that, but that is all I can think of at the moment
May 28, 2018
Thanks janos thanks Moroccan , your answers are convincing and matching with what in my mind , thanks so much
May 29, 2018