Why wouldn't/don't I share this? Which should it be?

English Language Learners Asked by fusion on November 9, 2020

So I was about to write something on my Facebook wall then I find my old post then I thought about to share it so what would be right.

Instead of writing new post I thought:

Why wouldn’t/don’t I share this.

Which one is grammatically correct I suppose don’t, as wouldn’t sound incorrect.

One Answer

Neither is perfectly correct, since even rhetorical questions should end in a question mark, but you're right -- "don't" is the right choice here. ("Wouldn't" needs the context of a condition, which isn't the case here.)

Answered by Markell on November 9, 2020

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