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Hi, Toaha,

@Toaha posted:

What are the differences in meaning between the following sentences:

1) He will have to get up early in the morning.

It refers to a future necessity.

@Toaha posted:

2) He would have to get up early in the morning.

It needs a further context. It could be used if there is an implied conditional. For example:

- He would have to get up early in the morning (if he had school).

Or when you are referring to something that was said in the past.

- He would have to get up early in the morning, (That's what was said).

Last edited by ahmed_btm

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