Just a quick question while writing an essay: how does one use the "until eventually" phrase properly in a sentence? More specifically, location of punctuation and if it is even grammatically correct.
"I will study hard until eventually I can pass the exam." This is grammatically correct. You are implying that you will retake the exam if you don't pass it the first time, however.
"until eventually" implies that something will happen at some time in the future, it can happen soon or it can often happen after a great deal of time has passed.
I believe that in your context you require something of the following sort:
(Subject) will/shall (do something) until eventually (result happens to object)
However I believe it would be more correct to use the following forms:
(Subject) will/shall (do something) until (object) eventually (has result happening to it)
For example instead of:
I will practice my punches until eventually I can punch a hole through my punching bag.
I will practice my punches until I can eventually punch a hole through my punching bag.
However use of eventually in either way can tend to give the meaning of slow eventual happening, like you slowly punching a hole through the bag over time. Beware of this and make sure your meaning is clear.