'Soon I'll be' or 'soon I am'

Fabiola79

Banned
Polish
Hi,

Is it possible to say: Soon I'll be your heart attack
or must we say: Soon I am your heart attack ?

Please answer me

Thank you
 
  • Cagey

    post mod (English Only / Latin)
    English - US
    Hello, Fabiola79.

    Welcome to the forum. :)

    I would use the form "Soon I'll be your heart attack."
    I would not say "Soon I am your heart attack."

    In any case, it is an odd thing to say. In what sense would you be someone's heart attack?
     

    london calling

    Senior Member
    UK English
    So you mean Soon I'll cause you to have a heart attack (by doing something unbelievable/shocking)? I wouldn't have understood what you meant, had you said it to me. Is it maybe a translation of something you say in Polish?:)
     
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    Fabiola79

    Banned
    Polish
    'Soon I'll be your heart attack' <<Polish deleted.>>
    - I heard it somewhere, probably on the radio.
     
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