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    "Forecast about the Present": By now, that man will be dangerous

    Hello,

    is the sentence "By now, that man will be dangerous" proper English? I want to express that, based on my experiences in the past, I predict that a person has become dangerous. Does my sentence make sense?

    Thanks in advance!
    Julian

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    Re: "Forecast about the Present": By now, that man will be dangerous

    Welcome to the forum, Julian.

    Your sentence is fine.

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