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# Will vs Would

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01 Apr 2009, 21:11
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Hi Guys,

Sorry for asking a basic question in this forum but I couldn't find another place to clarify this concept which has troubled me in understanding the "real" meaning of many answer choices.

What is the difference between these two:

will you call me a cab if i ask you
would you call me a cab if i asked you

Thanks.

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01 Apr 2009, 21:29
One is in the present tense - will, the other is in the past tense

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