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    #1

    will finally take the place of

    Do you think robots will finally take the place of human beings to control the earth someday?

    How does the 'finally' sound in this sentence to native English speakers? Would 'eventually' or 'in the end' be a lot better?

    Thank you in advance.

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    Re: will finally take the place of

    I prefer 'eventually'.

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