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For example, when someone explained two plans to me, I want to say like the following sentence.

Although the former won't go well, the latter will go well quickly.

At this time, can I substitute "do", "do it" or "do so" for "go well"?

It's like that Although the former won't go well, the latter will do so quickly.

If so, which one is correct?

  • Are you trying to say that the second plan is worse than the first, in that it will fail sooner? Or that the second plan will be accomplished quicker? – Lee Mac Nov 25 '18 at 17:56
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In this case, most are correct.

It doesn't really matter which one you use.

Apart from do it which I would change to:

Although the former won't go well, the latter will do it quicker.

  • @Yusaku No problem! – Daniil Nov 25 '18 at 16:22

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