Yes. The starting of a word with a letter is its permanent state ever since the word originated, so there is no ambiguity.Does "A word starting with letter A"have the same meaning as "A word which starts with lettet A"?
Because would is used as a conditional verb to indicate something that might happen but also might not. At this time, Englishmypassion does not actually plan to say any of these things, because he does not need words that start with the letter A. IF he were in a situation where he needed to ask for such words, then - under that condition - he might say 2 or 3, but not 1....Why is "I would not say"?I think it should be "I will not say.".