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And may I ask a question out of the topic?
'porsche" has started his reply by this statement: 'I would think either would work." Why did he use "would for a sentence represents present time and has nothing to do with IF clause, main clause.
Can we say "'I think either would work." or ''I would think either work."?
Thank you in advance
September 23, 2013, 9:38am
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