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    (Come) rain or shine

    Please tell me which sentences of the following are correct.
    1. Anna still attended university, (come) rain or shine.
    2. Anna still attended university (come) rain or shine.
    3. Anna attended university, (come) rain or shine.
    4. Anna attended university (come) rain or shine.
    Are all correct or just some? I think there should not be "still" in the sentence and having a comma or not is acceptable


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    #2

    Re: (Come) rain or shine

    All four are acceptable.

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    Re: (Come) rain or shine

    4/ is better, it's more succinct.

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