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Two years ago, I would never thoght the world going on like this. As a result, now I will do what I really want to do without considering the consequences years later. I really don't know what the world will be or even I would still live in the world.
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mjm
1 month, 2 weeks ago
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Two years ago, I would never thoght the world going on like this.
Consider also:
Two years ago, I would never have thought the world would be going on like this.
As a result, now I will do what I really want to do without considering the consequences years later.
This sentence is ok.
Allow me to suggest a little change or two so that the text might be able to flow in a more natural-sounding way (certainly in everyday spoken English):
"As a result, I will now do what I really want to do without considering the possible consequences in the years to come."
I really don't know what the world will be like, or even I would still live in the worldwhether/ if I will still be living.
Note that "if" and "whether" perform the same function here: each indicates the "doubt" in the sentence.
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easton
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1 month, 2 weeks ago
Two years ago, I would never have thought that the world would be going on like this.
As a result, now I will do what I really want to do without considering the consequences yearsin later years.
I really don't know what the world will be like or even if I would still live in the worldill be alive.
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  • Two years ago, I would never thoght the world going on like this.
  • Two years ago, I would never thoght the world going on like this.

    Consider also:
    Two years ago, I would never have thought the world would be going on like this.
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  • Two years ago, I would never have thought that the world would be going on like this.

  • As a result, now I will do what I really want to do without considering the consequences years later.
  • As a result, now I will do what I really want to do without considering the consequences years later.

    This sentence is ok.
    Allow me to suggest a little change or two so that the text might be able to flow in a more natural-sounding way (certainly in everyday spoken English):
    "As a result, I will now do what I really want to do without considering the possible consequences in the years to come."
  • As a result, now I will do what I really want to do without considering the consequences yearsin later years.

  • I really don't know what the world will be or even I would still live in the world.
  • I really don't know what the world will be like, or even I would still live in the worldwhether/ if I will still be living.

    Note that "if" and "whether" perform the same function here: each indicates the "doubt" in the sentence.
  • I really don't know what the world will be like or even if I would still live in the worldill be alive.

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