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This is my first grammar-related post in this forum. It's my honour to be associated with professional native English teachers.
My question is based on the nuanced difference between Simple Present Tense vs Future Simple Tense. Look at the sentence below. To me, the word "will" is required here unless the writer replace "anymore" with "again" here. What do you think?
- I never go anywhere with Eric again.