Questions tagged with will

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How many hours it will/would take?
Hi, I gone through a sentence like below. How many hours it would take us to reach? What will be ...
will would 0 votes, asked Aug 10 by Lalitha Shalini
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what is the difference between ''shall'' , ''will'' and ''going to'' ?
Is ''shall'' only used for ''we''? can we use with ''I/he/she'' ? I shall go... We shall... Shall we?
Difference versus will going grammar 0 votes, asked Jul 30 by Lily
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Would and will
Can someone tell me which sentence/sentences are right?Would you like it if I remove youWould you like it if I ...
tense will would 0 votes, asked Jun 30 by Ishaan Singh
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will have
"She will have to lovingly told about that." "She will have to quietly told about that." "It will have to ...
will have 0 votes, asked Jun 08 by Emma
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Meaning of the following sentences
What is the meaning of the following sentences: You would go and tell here about the barbecue, wouldn't you?You know ...
grammar would will 0 votes, asked May 08 by unique
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Confusion between will and would
Why is 'would' used in the following sentences instead of 'will'? 1.It would be mistake to beat a child. 2.I ...
will and would 0 votes, asked Apr 24 by unique
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Grammar
'Liveaboard dive boat’ will make you motivate to explore more islands. is it correct or not?
will make following verb +2 votes, asked Feb 07 by Wasim Firoz
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"Day will" vs. "day'll"
Hello! I was wondering if writing "the day'll come" is correct. I used to be pretty sure that it was, ...
day will +2 votes, asked Jan 30 by Rafa Weber
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What kinds of verbs are these?
My sentence is, "I will be having fun." Will would be a helping verb right? Be? What would be be? ...
verb will be having 0 votes, asked Jan 29 by ateam
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will or be going to
I've decided. I . ... bake a cake for lunch. Which is correct? a.will b. am going to
will +1 vote, asked Jan 16 by MHD
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will or be going to?
Which one should we use to make a prediction? 1. Come down from that tree. You ....... (fall). 2. The ...
will be-going-to +1 vote, asked Dec 30 '15 by Sadio Daleone
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Will vs going to
A movie just came out today. And I want to ask a question to someone about releasing. Should I say ...
will going to grammar 0 votes, asked Sep 06 '15 by ozg
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will
What does the word "will" refer to; the friends, or myself? When you want to go to a concert, but ...
will 0 votes, asked Aug 07 '15 by plshalp
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will and would
What's the difference between the meaning of "what would you do that?" and "what will you do that?"
will 0 votes, asked Aug 01 '15 by daniellei
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Sentence problem
Hi! Some time ago I saw a comment on one page which was gramatically a bit weird for me (I'm ...
Sentence if will question inversion +2 votes, asked Jun 01 '15 by Dawid
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will vs would in this case
"if I eat a fried chicken at night I would be persuade to lead a healthy life by my mother" ...
will would 0 votes, asked May 07 '15 by 최인탁
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Difference between 'will' and 'would' for future
What is difference of usage between 'will' and would' for future. Following are 2 sentences, what is difference between them. ...
will 0 votes, asked Feb 04 '15 by Amir
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i will be support on 1st or i will support on 1st
i will be support on 1st or i will support on 1st jan 2015 which one is correct
I will 0 votes, asked Dec 23 '14 by sakthivel
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that will vs.which will
In addition, it's very important to complete your financial aid paperwork that will pay your bill.
that will which 0 votes, asked Jun 06 '14 by C
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Word usage
Should I use "I shall not flag or fail" or "I will not flag or fail" ?
Word-choice Shall will vs nor 0 votes, asked May 21 '14 by fuzzyllama524
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Would and Would have been
Consider(Considers/Considered?) the following sentences: (1) Previous generations no more dared tamper with the Brible than they would have risked altering ...
hypothethical will 0 votes, asked May 06 '14 by alan
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Would and Would have been
Consider(Considers/Considered?) the following sentences: (1) Previous generations no more dared tamper with the Brible than they would have risked altering ...
hypothethical will 0 votes, asked May 06 '14 by alan
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Will Be vs. Would Be
What is the correct way to phrase the following sentence: 1) I recently found out that I will be working ...
will vs would be 0 votes, asked Jun 19 '13 by Louis P
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