Alexey
A prize would be given to everyone who <gets> <got> the right answer. Here is a sentence in the present/future tense: A prize will be given to everyone who gets the right answer. What should I change to be able to use "would" instead of "will"? 1. A prize would be given to everyone who gets the right answer. 2. A prize would be given to everyone who got the right answer. Notice what I've done to the "get." The sentences are still in the present/future, but because of "would," they are hypothetical. Which sentence is correct? If both are correct, do they mean the same thing?
Oct 28, 2019 7:51 PM
Answers · 1
It is fine with "will" in all of the sentences you made. A prize will be given to everyone who gets the right answer. perfect! 1. A prize will be given to everyone who gets the right answer. <-- gets the answer in the future 2. A prize will be given to everyone who got the right answer. <-- got the answer in the past
October 28, 2019
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Alexey
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