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Which of the following is correct? Do I need to repeat the "I will"?

  • I will work on that list and send it to you as soon as possible.
  • I will work on that list and I will send it to you as soon as possible.

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Both are correct. The first one is usually preferred as having better style.

The grammar issue at work is called ellipsis.

We can often leave out one or more words when we can predict or assume what they would be if they were there.

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The first one appears to be correct as it doesn't have unneeded redundancy. I've seen some usage like this too:

I will work on that list and will send to you as soon as possible.

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