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A. I have heard that her album will be launched tomorrow.
B. I heard that her album will be launched tomorrow.
C. I heard that her album would be launched tomorrow. (Backshifting)

1. What is the difference in meaning between 'have heard' and 'heard' in the sentences above?
2. I believe B and C have the same meaning, although in C, the other verb backshifted with the main verb 'heard'. Can 'would', which is actually future in the past, go with the word 'tomorrow' in a sentence to begin with?
3. If 'would' is not possible to go with 'tomorrow', how should I rephrase sentence C?
4. However, I believe 'would' can go with the word 'tomorrow' in an unreal conditional, eg. He would play tennis with you tomorrow if he were available. Is this correct?
5. Which do you think among my example sentences above sounds best in the given context?

Please advise. I would be very grateful.
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