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Is there any difference in meaning between these sentences? Does "would" mean possibility here, like someone is not 100% sure of something?

1) He would never cheat on me.

2) He will never cheat on me.
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Hasib1) He would never cheat on me.

Sometimes implies a threat.

Hasib2) He will never cheat on me.

Mostly a confident statement.

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Hasib1) He would never cheat on me.

'His cheating on me' is imagined (hypothetical).

Hasib2) He will never cheat on me.

'His cheating on me' is real (possible).

HasibDoes "would" mean possibility here, like someone is not 100% sure of something?

Yes, but it's possibility in an imagined world.

CJ

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AlpheccaStarsSometimes implies a threat.

Could you explain this, AlpheccaStars? I think a few more examples can help me.

Suresh

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Here's a link that says more about 'will' and 'would' than anybody could wish for. Don't try to learn all of it at once.

https://www.inenglishwithlove.com/blog/difference-between-will-and-would

CJ

vsureshCould you explain this, AlpheccaStars? I think a few more examples can help me.

He would never cheat on me. He knows that if he did, I'd kill him!

Thank you, CJ.

When I saw your answer, the explanation, I was to able to understand them easily as they were in line with what I had already known—the use of would for hypothetical situation.

But, I could not understand how AlpheccaStars connected it with threat. Now, after seeing her answer I understand it clearly.

Thank you for the link. I will go through the information, and I will remember your advice—not to learn everything at once.

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AlpheccaStarsHe would never cheat on me. He knows that if he did, I'd kill him!

Thank you, AlpheccaStars. Now, I understand it clearly.