... I will ever will.

Bloodsun

Senior Member
Castellano - Argentina
"My music will tell you more about me than I will ever will."

"I haven't been on the dating scene since the second diagnosis... don't know if I will ever will."

Hello, I found these sentences in the internet, and I wonder if they are correct.


If so, I wonder if it would also be correct something like this:
A: "He said you never forgave him"
B: "Nor I will ever will"

It sounds strange to me, but at the same time it feels... right. I don't know, I wait for comments!
 
  • heypresto

    Senior Member
    English - England
    The two sentences you found are both wrong - please tell us where you saw them.

    "My music will tell you more about me than I will ever will." :cross:
    "I haven't been on the dating scene since the second diagnosis... don't know if I will ever will." :cross:

    "My music will tell you more about me than I ever will." :tick:
    "I haven't been on the dating scene since the second diagnosis... don't know if I ever will." :tick:


    B: "Nor I will ever will" :cross:

    Nor will I ever. :tick:
     
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    AnythingGoes

    Senior Member
    English - USA (Midwest/Appalachia)
    They're mistakes. The sentences should end than I ever will and if I ever will.
     
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