(If you will.) You're politely asking someone to do something.
"Hand me that if you will." "Stand here if you will."
It doesn't work with the sentence you wrote.
(So to speak) = an alternate way of saying something. "She was ready to go, so to speak." "We were so to speak, flying through our work."
- Your sentence works better as. "It was my nemesis, so to speak." - You would use this to describe something that gives you trouble. Something you have difficulty with. Or someone who is a thorn in your side, but doesn't know it.
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