Please tell me what is the difference between "WILL" and "WOULD"

how it can be used in making sentences.......?????

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Start by reading about these auxiliary verbs [url=http://grammar.ccc.commnet.edu/grammar/auxiliary.htm ]HERE[/url].

Hi

'Will' besides denoting future is used to denote promise, volition, assumption etc.

I will meet him at the party tomorrow. (future)

I will get you a bike if you pass this test. (promise)

I will help you carry this bag. (volition)

There the rings the bell; It will be the mailman. (assumption)

Would is the past equivalent of will and hence is used in reported speech: She said she would meet him that evening.

Would is used to make a request more polite: Would you come along with me to the bus station?

There is more about 'will' and 'would' which can be discussed if you come out with specific situations.
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akiidifference between "WILL" and "WOULD"
There are many differences, and many usages, but you will have to read up on them in other sources. One of the main differences that you need to know is that will indicates the future of the present moment, and would indicates the future of a moment in the past.

X = the present moment

P = a moment in the past

! = the time of the meeting

.........P...............X...!.....................

[ will >

He says

he will meet us tomorrow.

.........P...!............X........................

[ would >

He said

he would meet us the next day.

CJ
Will is a modal auxiliary verb. And we can use it as an auxiliary verb when we talk about future.

Would is grammatically the past form of will as well as being a modal auxiliary verb.

Also WOULD is used as a softer, less definite form of will.