We use : will

Category: Education

 

We use the following words: will:

  • to express one’s thoughts on the present or the future
  • to discuss what people would like to do or are willing to do
  • to make assurances, offers, or requests

 

The past tense version of will is would. It is used because it is a past tense:

  • to discuss the past
  • to discuss hypotheses (when we imagine something)
  • out of politeness

 

Will is a verb that we used to communicate our opinions regarding the present or future:

 

  • John is expected to be in his office. (Present)
  • We’re going to be late. (Future)
  • We’ll have to take the train to get there. (Future)
  • To describe prior thoughts about the future, we use would as the past of will:
  • We use the following words: will:

 

To discuss what people would like to do or are willing to do:

  • We’ll talk again tomorrow.
  • Maybe Dad will lend me his automobile.
  • to discuss typical behaviour, or things we do frequently (since we are willing to do them):
  • We always spend our vacations at our favourite beach hotel. Every morning, we’ll get up early, eat a quick breakfast, and then walk across the street to the beach.

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