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I made a conversation based on my understanding of a grammar practice for future tenses. See and correct it please, if I was wrong.

Togo people A : Hey, wanna see the next match? The one for us against Germany?

Togo people B : Nah... Germany will win. :<

40 mins later

A : Hey, we are winning. It's 1:0. Come and watch it together.

B : Sorry, Germany would win, no matter what...

2 mins left until it's over. Togo:Germany = 5:2.

A : You know, we are going to win this game.

B : What? Damn, I should have watched it from the beginning.

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A : Hey, wanna see the next match? The one with us against Germany?

B : Nah... Germany will win.

40 mins later

A : Hey, we are winning. It's 1:0. Come and watch it with me.

B : Sorry, Germany will win no matter what...

2 mins left until it's over. Togo:Germany = 5:2.

A : You know, we are going to win this game.

B : What? Damn, I should have watched it from the beginning.

  • Thanks. BTW I'm okay with "Germany will win no matter what". But if I use 'would', then would it go completely wrong? – dolco Aug 8 '18 at 6:08
  • “Germany would win no matter what” is very definitely wrong, no question about it. – bikeman868 Aug 8 '18 at 6:54

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