I am mustapha by name, a Nigerian citizen, mechanical engineer by profession, currently undergoing my M.ENG (production) in one of the national university, I am so much happy to introduce myself to the forum, I will also like to use this opportunity to express my sincere appreciation to the organisation.
Corrections from the members are welcomed
I am Mustapha by name, a Nigerian citizen and a Mechanical Engineer by profession. I am currently undergoing my M. Eng (Production) in one of Nigeria’s national universities. I am so happy to introduce myself to the forum. I would also like to take this opportunity to express my sincere appreciation to the organisation.
Please ask if you don’t understand why I’ve made any of these changes.
I understand, but i need more explanation on would instead of will.
Would (or its contracted form 'd in conversational English) is also associated with the conditional in its simple, progressive, perfect and passive aspects:
‘There’s no doubt about it. I would definitely (I’d definitely) travel to Mexico with you, if I could afford it.’
‘You would still be (you’d still be) working for the World Bank, if you hadn’t kicked up such a fuss.’
‘I would have told you (I’d have told you) all about it, if you had phoned me.’
‘If you wore smarter clothes, you would be invited (you’d be invited) to all the press conferences.’
From: bbc.co.uk/worldservice/learn … tv43.shtml