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Russian translation of “will”

will

modal verb
 
 
strong /wɪl/ weak /wəl, əl/
FUTURE A2 used to talk about what is going to happen in the future, especially things that you are certain about
вспом. гл. для образования формы будущего времени
Claire will be five next month. I'll see him on Saturday. She'll have a great time.In the future and soon
ABLE/WILLING A1 used to talk about what someone or something is willing or able to do
намереваться, собираться, не хотеть, отказываться
Ask Susie if she'll take them. I've asked her but she won't come. The car won't start.Ready and willingUnwilling and reluctant
ASK A2 used to ask someone to do something or to politely offer something to someone
выражает вежливую просьбу или приглашение не могли бы вы, не хотели бы вы
Will you give me her address? Will you have a drink with us, Phil?Suggestions and proposals
IF A2 used in conditional sentences that start with 'if' and use the present tense
вспом. гл., используется в условных предложениях
If he's late again I'll be very angry.
HAPPENING OFTEN used to talk about something that often happens, especially something annoying
указывает на часто повторяющееся действие, особенно вызывающее раздражение
Accidents will happen. He will keep talking when I'm trying to concentrate.Frequency and regularity - general words
it/that will be mainly UK used to talk about what is probably true
это, должно быть, …
That will be Helen at the front door. That will be his mother with him. True, real, false, and unreal
(Definition of will modal verb from the Cambridge English-Russian Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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