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where we use would and where we use will?

April 24, 2017
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Would (past form of will) Often used in auxiliary functions with rather to express preference: I would rather go shopping today. We'd rather say something than stay quiet. Used to express a wish or desire: I would like to have one more pencil. Used to express contingency or possibility: If I were you, I would be so happy. Used to express routine or habitual things: Normally, we would work until 6 p.m.
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Will Used to express desire, preference, choice, or consent: I will take this duty. Will you stop talking like that? Used to express the future: It will rain tomorrow. The news will spread soon. Used to express capacity or capability: This bucket will hold two gallons of water. This airplane will take 200 passengers. Used to express determination, insistence, or persistence:
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where we use would and where we use will?
Would (past form of will) Often used in auxiliary functions with rather to express preference: I would rather go shopping today. We'd rather say something than stay quiet. Used to express a wish or desire: I would like to have one more pencil. Used to express contingency or possibility: If I were you, I would be so happy. Used to express routine or habitual things: Normally, we would work until 6 p.m.

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