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Is this sentence right?

"I hadn't seen anything like this before, nor did I anticipate I ever will."

I feel like it doesn't sound right it sounds weird (I'm not a native so I could be wrong) what do you think? Shouldn't it be "nor did I anticipate I ever would"?

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    why do you think it is or isn't? Where did this sentence come from?
    – Esther
    Commented Aug 30, 2022 at 21:56
  • Following up on the comment from @Esther, without more info this is a proofreading request and thus off-topic. Commented Aug 30, 2022 at 22:03
  • @Esther from a YouTube video, I was watching a documentary and the doctor said this sentence. He actually said: "I had not seen anything like this before NOR DO I ANTICIPATED I EVER WILL." but I feel like it doesn't sound right it sounds weird (I'm not a native so I could be wrong) what do you think? Shouldn't it be "nor did I anticipate I ever would "? I can provide the link of the video if you want to.
    – studentxxy
    Commented Aug 30, 2022 at 23:04

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I think it should be:

I hadn't seen anything like this before, nor did I anticipate I ever would.

or

I hadn't seen anything like this before, nor do I anticipate I ever will.

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