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Hi anyone please explain me the difference when will or would (shall/should) is to be used in a given sentence.

e.g. He will do the work.
He would do the work.
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Re: will/would [#permalink] New post 13 May 2012, 13:05
Will is a definite statement, which means that you use it when you are certain that the future action is going to take place
Will is also used as a first conditional, which is used for cause and effect in situations that are not changeable.

Would is an English modal verb and has many different uses, which include: invitations, requests, asking permission, talking about preferences and making arrangements.
Would is also used in second and third conditional statements, which are used to talk about imaginary or unlikely situations.

Read more: Difference Between Would and Will | Difference Between | Would vs Will http://www.differencebetween.net/language/difference-between-would-and-will/#ixzz1umnJo3zy
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