Do these sentences make sense? This is character dialogue for a short story. Thanks.
"I won't quit till you stumble, and drop, and you fall to the ground"
"You will stumble and drop soon and fall to the ground"
"You will start to drop soon, and fall to the ground"
THIS IS A SHORT STORY ABOUT A BOXER. I KNOW ITS NOT REALLY FORMAL GRAMAR BUT DOES IT MAKE SENSE? PLEASE LET ME KNOW. THANKS!
"to fall" and "to drop to the ground" are basically the same thing and therefore should not be used together in this way. Other than that, none of the sentences are something I would expect to hear from a native English speaker. But then again, not all boxers are native English speakers.
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