will modal verb (FUTURE)
- The doctor will call next week to check on your progress.
- The choir will be performing the Hallelujah Chorus at the concert.
- The photos will be ready for collection on Tuesday afternoon.
- Representatives of the member states will be meeting next week.
- All our computer equipment will be replaced in the near future.
will modal verb (ABLE/WILLING)
- The photocopier will collate the documents for you.
- Your father will come for you at 4 o'clock.
- In the event of a strike, the army will take over responsibility for firefighting.
- The government will only say it is not in the general interest to reveal any more information.
- Oh, for crying out loud, why won't you listen to me!
will modal verb (REQUEST)
A2 used to ask someone to do something（用于要求别人做某事）
- Will you give me a hand with this box?
- When you've finished that book will you lend it to me?
- Will you pass me the salt please?
- Will you give me a call when you get this message?
- Will you play that song again please?
will modal verb (IF)
- If you see Alan on your wanderings, will you tell him he's wanted in the office?
- If we back down on this issue, our reputation will be compromised.
- If the two sides conflict with each other again, it will be disastrous for party unity.
- If a plane window breaks the cabin will rapidly decompress.
- If we continue to deplete the earth's natural resources, we will cause serious damage to the environment.
will modal verb (LIKELY)
› also 'll used to refer to what is likely可能，大概
- You will have heard about the plans for next week.
- You will probably have already made plans for the weekend.
- That'll be Tony on the phone.
- As you will have guessed by now, David and I are engaged.
- You will be aware that things haven't been going well.
will modal verb (ORDER)
- You will do as you are told!
- Will you shut up!
- Will you stop doing that and pay attention!
- You'll finish your dinner if you want any dessert.
- You'll tidy your room before you go out.
will modal verb (ALWAYS)
› also 'll used when referring to something that always or usually happens总是；一直
- My children will always come before my career.
- I'm afraid physics will always be a closed book to me.
- People will file lawsuits at the drop of a hat these days.
- Tight jeans will only emphasize any extra weight that you are carrying.
- An empty bottle will float.
will noun (MENTAL POWER)
- A good leader must have a strong will.
- "The will of man is by his reason swayed."
- Her will turned out to be stronger than his.
- He succeeded by sheer strength of will.
- She was always trying to impose her will on other people.
will noun (DOCUMENT)
- He was struck out from his father's will.
- He left me his racehorses in his will.
- When she remarried, she made a new will.