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Omitting “will”

“1. I am a carnivore and a predator though sometimes I will scavenge. I live in the Arctic where I stay by myself most of my life. I am well camouflaged in the snow, though my skin is actually black to absorb the heat of the sun. I will kill and eat seals and walruses, but I will also eat carrion, such as a dead whale. I love water and am such a strong swimmer that I can swim miles at a time. Who am I?” From rogerwilliamsparkzoo.org

How would the removal of “will” affect the meaning of the above passage? Would the writer’s intended effect still be fully appreciated?

  • July 20, 2005
  • Posted by m56
  • Filed in Grammar
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