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The purists among us will vouch that strictly speaking the use of will is
required. Having said that I agree with the participant who opined that its
use in this particular sentence depends on the target audience.
I try and avoid 'will' in technical documentation. However, the given
sentence seems more like a part of a general English composition, therefore
On 7/10/07, Edwin Skau <eddy -dot- skau -at- gmail -dot- com> wrote:
> I think that one "will" should suffice for a list of sequential verbs.
> Example: He will draw a picture, write his name on it, and sell it.
> Going by some suggestions earlier in this thread, that should be
> as under for more clarity: Example: He will draw a picture, will write his
> name on it, and will sell it.
> The previous suggestions in this thread might have been clearer if folks
> included examples of what they were proposing.
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