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This tag is for questions related to definitions and nuances of meaning of a word or phrase.

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John Lawler is on the right track. The difference between could and would draws on the difference between their present formations (“can” and “will”, respectively). “Can” simply implies physical (or …
answered Apr 18 '14 by HalosGhost
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suggesting that there is a universal rule surrouding the meaning of these phrases. However, I've adopted the following style in order to be more explicit: When including the current week or month, prefix …
answered Apr 20 '14 by HalosGhost