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Since he is a fan of fruit juice, he often throws juice party and the party's location would be his front yard garden most of the time.

Since he is a fan of fruit juice, he often throws juice party and most of the time party's location would be his front yard garden.

Does the above sentence need would be or it is ok without them?
In which sentence the phrase most of the time is positioned correctly.

Please help.
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Since he is a fan of fruit juice, he often throws a juice party in his front yard garden.
Since he is a fan of fruit juice, he often throws a juice party in his front yard garden.
Ok thanks, suppose if I just take the part of original sentence and write like below, will the sentence need would be or will be or just none?

Most of the the party venue would be the hotel that is near my house.
The hotel that is near my house would be the party venue most of the time.
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The usual party venue would be the hotel near my house.
The hotel near my house would be the party venue most of the time.
are we using past tense of will here in both the sentences?
Wonder123are we using past tense of will here in both the sentences?
It is the 'would' of past habit or custom.
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Ok thanks.
How about this sentence.

He came your house so that you would stay safely.
Wonder123How about this sentence.He came your house so that you would stay safely.
The grammar is not good and I do not know what it means.
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