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    repeted word "will"

    Dear teacher,
    should I repete word "will" in the following examples:

    1. You will find usful information in the book and (will) be able to apply it.

    2. You will laugh or maybe (will) be sad a bit.

    Thank you.

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    Re: repeted word "will"

    Quote Originally Posted by sbrodsky View Post
    Dear teacher,
    sShould I repeteeat the word "will" in the following examples:

    1. You will find useful information in the book and (will) be able to apply it.

    2. You will laugh or maybe (will) be a bit sada bit.
    ?
    It is not incorrect to use a second 'will' in the first sentence, but you can omit it. In the second it would be better to keep 'will', to avoid the awkward 'maybe be'. If you use 'perhaps' instead of 'maybe', then you can omit 'will'

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