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Future Tense: Will vs. Would

How to know when to use will and would.
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Jessica Nettles

on 23 July 2010

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Transcript of Future Tense: Will vs. Would

Will vs. Would: When do you use
these words? Both indicate future tense. Both are auxiliary verbs. future tense: formed by
using the auxiliary verb will or would
+ the base form of main verb. Often use "trigger words" in sentences to
help show future tense. Example: Tomorrow Linda will begin her new job. "Tomorrow" tells the reader that the action has not happened yet! Will Points to the future from now. Example: You know you will do well in this class. "Know" indicates a present tense that leads us to understanding that the future action starts from the present. Would Points to the future from the past. Example: You knew that you would do well in this class. "Knew" indicates a past tense that leads us to understanding that the future action starts from the present.
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