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Before I see my John (my friend) can i say
"What are the odds that I will/would see John today?"
I think both are ok.
Please correct me.
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hat gray 40"What are the odds that I will/would see John today?"I think both are ok.

Only 'will' is right.

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hat gray 40Would was used??

No:

What is the probability the Phillies will win the series?

What are the odds the track would....


In the same page as well

https://mobile.nytimes.com/2012/01/15/sports/ncaabasketball/at-st-johns-a-course-in-improvisation...


What are the odds that there would ever be.....


Using would again

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hat gray 40https://mobile.nytimes.com/2012/01/15/sports/ncaabasketball/at-st-johns-a-course-in-improvisation... What are the odds that there would ever be...

Because he has just said that he disbelieves it will happen:

“I don’t know if it will ever happen again. What are the odds that there would ever be 10 seniors at one time?”

So if there is some disbelief, I could say


"What are the odds that I would see him today?"


Thanks

hat gray 40So if there is some disbelief, I could say "What are the odds that I would see him today?"

A considerable amount of disbelief. That is the function of Conditional II.

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