"I will be surely visiting" or "I will surely be visiting"

sagoma

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"I will be surely visiting" or "I will surely be visiting"

Hello, can anyone help me out?
Thanks
 
  • For some reason to me, with surely coming before visiting, it sounds like I'm saying my visit will be a safe one for me with security attachments/arrangements involved:D, even though they say that is an archaic usage, while following will it sounds like what you want, "most certainly/in all probability." Others may have different ideas.
     
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