Is it correct english to say "youll rather"?

Youd rather be you than me right now because I''m going to work, but tomorrow, youll rather be me cause youll be the one going to work and I'll be home watching TV.
AnonymousIs it correct english to say "youll rather"?
No. you'll rather is also wrong.

We would probably rephrase it as:

..., but tomorrow you'll wish you were me because ...

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