From this post:

..., because it will you you more performance or power reduction or both.

the article use will you you sth. Grammarly notify me that you you should be you-you, but I also don't understand. BTW, is the double you here just typo?

In Cambridge dictionary, when will is used as a verb(not modal verb), I only see will sth/sb to do.

So, does will somebody something exist?


The author of the post to which you linked is clearly not a native English speaker, or a careful typist. The words you query are not proper English. The text quoted would make some kind of sense if the first 'you' of the pair were replaced by 'give'.

  • To comment further on the OP’s question, the phrase will give somebody something makes total sense.
    – J.R.
    May 13 '18 at 9:50

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