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One day, a phrase emerged in my mind: "And do it you will". Do sentences like that actually exist? If they do, what do they relate to more: imperative or future simple?

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Dumplingimperative or future simple?

It's actually an inversion of the future You will do it, but putting do first makes it sound more like a command.

DumplingDo sentences like that actually exist?

Yes, but they are rare. They give a strong sense of finality to a passage of text when it is needed.

And find it he did. / And regret it you will. / And scary it was.

CJ

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DumplingDo sentences like that actually exist?

Yes. It is just an empahtic way of saying "And you will do it."

Mom: Do it!

Kid: But I don't want to!

Mom: I told you to do it, and do it you will!

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