Yahoo! Answers by Jay V Mail: two sentences

Yahoo! Answers by Jay V Mail: two sentences

July 23, 2012 8:15 am Comments are Disabled

 

During Jay V Mail’s four-year hiatus, Jay V kept his question/answer skill fresh by visiting Yahoo! Answers and helping many hapless, troubled people. Let’s see what he had to say!

seema b asks:

I would like to ask difference between the two sentences?
she will have been happily married by then?

and

she would be happily married by then?

Jay V answers: *

The first implies marriage definitely happening. While the second suggests that if the marriage would take place, she would be happily married at that point in the future, it does not imply that she really will be married.

* Selected as Best Answer

So if you are afraid of getting your questions answered by Jay V Mail, fear not. We clearly know what we’re doing!

(see the other answers to his question here)

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