Good morning, our teachers, hope that all of you are fine.
In "25 Biggest Mistakes Teachers Make and How to Avoid Them" book, I found the following sentence:
Is it syntactically correct, i.e. why is "be" at the end of the sentence?
Shouldn't it be:
"Once you become a screamer, you will be a screamer forever."
"Once you become a screamer, you will forever be a screamer."
I also wonder if "Once you become a screamer, you will, forever, be a screamer." is correct or not.