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She is poor at writing grammatical English(,) because you can find that she has obvious grammar errors in her English. - difference in meaning?

We usually don't use a comma if a subordinate clause follows its main one. That general practice should apply here. She is poor at writing grammatical English because (you can find that) she has ...
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He made the decision that he "would/will" move to New York - which to use?

He will move to New York is a definite statement that he has not yet moved but he will do so. He would move to New York is provisional. As in, He would move to New York if he had the money to do so.
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