Which are correct:

1) I'm going to make sure you'll live long enough that you may go to trial.
2) I'm going to make sure you'll live long enough so that you may go to trial.
3) I'm going to make sure you'll live long enough, so that you may go to trial.


Gratefully,

Navi

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navi posted:
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1) I'm going to make sure you'll live long enough that you may go to trial.
2) I'm going to make sure you'll live long enough so that you may go to trial.
3) I'm going to make sure you'll live long enough, so that you may go to trial.

Hello, Navi:

I strongly dislike all three of the sentences. One problem is the use of "(wi)ll live"; the present simple is the tense to use there. The other problem is the "(so) that"-clause, which wants desperately to be changed to an infinitive clause:

(4) I'm going to make sure you live long enough to go to trial.

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