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comment Which is correct and what's the difference: “Next time I'll need <something>, I'll …”, or “Next time I need <something>, I'll”?
@bodacydo - I concede that #1 makes sense, but its certainly an odd construction. The first 'will' has the appearance of a conditional clause but isn't. It reads marginally better if you insert a comma after 'time'. But even then I suspect it would be pruned by a proofreader if it appeared in copy. And I doubt a competent or native speaker would ever employ such a sentence.
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answered Which is correct and what's the difference: “Next time I'll need <something>, I'll …”, or “Next time I need <something>, I'll”?
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comment Is there a word for the sound that is made after taking a sip of hot coffee/tea?
Slurping is the sound of liquid entering your mouth.
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comment “Literally” and “Decimate” misuse
The English language has recently been bent out of shape by this particular usage. It seems that those ridiculous uses you mention (and many, many more) are now to be tolerated. bbc.co.uk/news/uk-23729570
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