you would/will get a free watch

lingkky

Senior Member
chinese
It is about a promotion to a competition.
The sentence was made to attract the.coming of customers through a poster.
"Please come and join us and then you will/would get a free watch”

will or would is correct there?
 
  • lingkky

    Senior Member
    chinese
    "Will" is correct there. It is future, not imagined.
    I tried change the structure.

    “Come and join us .You wil/would get a free watch if you join/joined.”

    will or would?
    join or joined?
    which one is correct right now?
     

    karlalou

    Banned
    母国語:日本語
    I think 'will' definitely attracts more customers on the poster, but if it's not for everyone but only for some lucky customers, then in the detail description 'would' is the honest one.

    Oh, and 'join' but not 'joined'.
     

    DonnyB

    Sixties Mod
    English UK Southern Standard English
    “Come and join us .You wil/would get a free watch if you join/joined.”

    will or would?
    join or joined?
    which one is correct right now?
    Either is correct, as long as the tenses match:

    “Come and join us .You will get a free watch if you join.”
    “Come and join us .You would get a free watch if you joined.”

    The first version is probably better as an advertising slogan, as the second one conveys the idea that you think it a bit unlikely that anyone is going to be tempted to join by the offer of a free watch.
     
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