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As far as I know, 'would' is often used when people are talking about a imaginary situation. But the if-clause here used the present simple, I think the speaker says the situation was really possible, doesn't it? Why didn't the speaker use 'will' instead of 'would'?

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    I find the sentence incorrect. It should be It would be great if you did it/could do it OR It will be great if you [can] do it. Nov 29 '21 at 9:28

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