General Writing and Grammar Help/alternative way


What is the meaning of following sentence?

"She will soon prove to have killed the teacher."

Who killed the teacher? Is it girl/woman referred with "she" in this sentence? Can this sentence be written with alternative ways?

Yes, "she" is the female that killed the teacher. "She" the pronoun that "will prove" the verb,

Alternate ways to write it:

She will prove that she killed the teacher.

She killed the teacher and will prove it.

She killed the teacher and plans to prove it.  

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