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Hey all,

I want to ask you one question about grammar. Kindly review my question and answer as soon as possible.

What is the difference between the two sentences? Which one is correct.

1) We start this Café talking a little bit about how people – “employees,” we would call them – spend their time at work. An “employee” is a person who works for another person. The person who owns the company or the organization would be called the “employer”


2) We start this Café talking a little bit about how people – “employees,” we will call them – spend their time at work. An “employee” is a person who works for another person. The person who owns the company or the organization will be called the “employer”

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y100What is the difference between the two sentences?

Both examples center around the definitions of "employee" and "employer".

When you say "We would call" or "They would be called", you are implying that the definitions have already been established by others and suggesting that the definitions are generally accepted.

When you say "We will call" or "They will be called", you are stating the definitions you will be using for the purpose of your presentation.

Both ways are correct. Choose the one that you believe is best for the context in which you are writing.

CJ

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