"Aaaaand aaaaaaiiiiiaaaaaaaaiiiiiii will always loooove yooouuuuuuuUUUuuUuuUuUUUuu"
I tried that one. Duo didn't accept it :(
Why does vil mean will here instead of want to? Is "I want to always love you" incorrect?
The simple answer is it could mean both, and which it is depends on context.
vil + Adverb = Will |
vil + Verb = want to
Just like in english
You can say "want" with "will" in English?
Yes, but it is uncommon and usually sounds weird. The best example I can think of is the phrase from a prayer "thy will be done..." When "will" is used in this way, it is almost always in some formal capacity.
Will isn't a verb in that example. An example of using it as verb would be 'I willed him to succeed' meaning 'I really really wanted him to succeed'.
Oh, I see, thanks.