BE vs BECOME?

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Which would you say please?

She will never be/become richer than me.

Can you say?

- I'm embarrassed for you.

Thank you
Veteran Member5,196
She will never become richer than me. That is the correct sentence with your meaning as it is a future tense. Be is present tense. However for informal conversation both is commonly used.
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