Using will/'ll instead of would/'d in a subordinate clause

Using will/'ll instead of would/'d in a subordinate clause
Don't say:
He said (that) he will/'ll come tomorrow.
Say:
He said (that) he would/'d come tomorrow.
Note:
will/'ll change to would/'d subordinate causes, when the verb in the main clause is in a past tense.
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