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Is this sentence grammatically correct ?
I will mull over it and will let you know about it soon.
- Anonymous1 month agoFavourite answer
Yes, it's correct, but it would sound better without the second "will":
I will mull over it and [will] let you know about it soon.
- DaveLv 71 month ago
I will mull it over and will let you know about it soon -- that would be my preference. The other changes that are possible are only 'style' : I will mull it over and let you know about it soon. (The word 'will' can work across two different verbs in a longer sentence.) I will mull it over and let you know soon. (Sometimes other elements can be dropped for the sake of brevity. But neither the second or third choices above improve it very much.)
- The First DragonLv 71 month ago
Yes, it's good.