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I have three questions and three sentences please answer all of them or
any if you know the answers.

1.) Sentence: "I think the motivated leaks
done by the ruling party with/through the help of its
stooges in the channels, specially in English media to divert attention from other issues"

My question: Which preposition, with or through, would be
right to use in the sentence one ?

2.) "This whole allegation trading and
controversy will/would come to a halt when he would be sacked"

My question:
Which verb, will or would, would be correct to use
in the sentence ? Also tell which preposition, a or no preposition, would
be correct to use in the sentence two ?

3.)
Sentence: "I'm ready to wager when
the investigation reports will/would come
there would be no incriminating proof against him"

My question: Has the word when been used correctly in the
sentence ? And which verb, will or would, be correct to use in the
sentence three ?

Thanks for reading and answering long list of questions Emotion: smile
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1. "with" seems to fit best, but there are several other problems with this sentence. If I've understood it correctly, you could say:

"I think the leaks put out by the ruling party with the help of its media stooges, especially those in the English media, are motivated by a desire to divert attention from other issues."

2. "a" is an article, not a preposition. "This whole allegation trading and controversy" doesn't make sense, so just for the purposes of answering your question I'll change that part. You can say:

"This whole controversy will come to a halt when he is sacked." -- the speaker believes this will definitely happen.

"This whole controversy would come to a halt if he were/was sacked." -- it is uncertain whether this will happen. "were" is formally correct; "was" is common in conversational English.

3. "when" is correct, but the use of "will" and "would" isn't right. You can say:

"I'm ready to wager that when the investigation reports will/would come there will be no incriminating proof against him."

"that" is strictly speaking optional, but to me the sentence reads much more smoothly with it.
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Thanks a ton for answering all the questions and correcting my sentence. I was waiting for the answer eagerly. Corrected sentence is very helpful ,learnt how to visualize and make sentence in good syntax; it is helpful for non-native English speakers/learners like me. Regarding me calling an article the preposition again I guess it has been happening because there are too many things in my head when I write my questions. Otherwise my knowledge about the names of the grammar and difference between them is pretty good. Thanks anyway for pointing it out, now I will keep that in mind in the future. If you don't tell me my mistakes then how will I learn ?Emotion: smile