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There are 112,155 Miles on it. I have had this car for the past 6 years and has been great. The car has run great and still does. I have not gotten it inspected yet but plan on doing that very soon, hopefully on Monday. I honestly don't see any issues that would cause it to fail.


Do you find any mistakes?

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It has 112,155 miles on it. I've had this car for the past 6 years and it's been great. It has run great and still does. I haven't gotten it inspected yet but plan on doing that very soon, hopefully on Monday. I honestly don't see any major issues.


cars don't 'fail'.

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Clive

It has 112,155 miles on it. I've had this car for the past 6 years and it's been great. It has run great and still does. I haven't gotten it inspected yet but plan on doing that very soon, hopefully on Monday. I honestly don't see any major issues.


cars don't 'fail'.

Thank you so much, Clive for your reply. What I meant by ‘fail’ is to fail the car inspection. I made some adjustments. Is it correct now?


It has 112,155 miles on it. I've had this car for the past 6 years and it's been great. Ithas run great and still does. I haven't gotten it inspected yet but plan on doing that very soon, hopefully on Monday. I honestly don't see any major issues that would fail the car inspection.


I am thinking it has to be ‘that will’ not ‘that would’. What you you think?

It has 112,155 miles on it. I've had this car for the past 6 years and it's been great. It has run great and still does. I haven't gotten it inspected yet but plan on doing that very soon, hopefully on Monday, and I honestly don't see any major issues that would cause it to fail..


Would shows that the failure is hypothetical. ie It won't happen.

Clive

Clive

It has 112,155 miles on it. I've had this car for the past 6 years and it's been great. It has run great and still does. I haven't gotten it inspected yet but plan on doing that very soon, hopefully on Monday, and I honestly don't see any major issues that would cause it to fail..


Would shows that the failure is hypothetical. ie It won't happen.

Clive

So would is used correctly with that meaning?🥴

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Clive

It has 112,155 miles on it. I've had this car for the past 6 years and it's been great. It has run great and still does. I haven't gotten it inspected yet but plan on doing that very soon, hopefully on Monday, and I honestly don't see any major issues that would cause it to fail..


Would shows that the failure is hypothetical. ie It won't happen.

Clive

Also, is the use of would correct because the speaker is saying that there are no issues with the car. So having issues with the car is hypothetical. That’s why would is used, correct? If there are in fact issues with the car, using ‘would’ would be incorrect, right? Please help.

Clive

It has 112,155 miles on it. I've had this car for the past 6 years and it's been great. It has run great and still does. I haven't gotten it inspected yet but plan on doing that very soon, hopefully on Monday, and I honestly don't see any major issues that would cause it to fail..


Would shows that the failure is hypothetical. ie It won't happen.

Clive

If I say,

It has 112,155 miles on it. I've had this car for the past 6 years and it's been great. It has run great and still does. I haven't gotten it inspected yet but plan on doing that very soon, hopefully on Monday, and I honestly do have some major issues that would cause it to fail..

Here, the use of ‘would’ is incorrect and has to use ‘will’, right?

Yes.

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