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AUXILIARY VERB - "WILL"
Uses of - WILL
 

Will is used to express state the action, request, order, command, direction, instructions and to acknowledge in various tense sentences.

 
- Will is used for normal future tense sentences.  
a. To state the action of future.  
 I will go.  
 I will write.  
b. To state request in future tense.  
 Will he come with us?  
 Will you lend me some money?  
 Will you help me?  
- Will is also used in present tense sentences.  
a. Will is used in simple present tense for issuing an order / command / direction / instructions in the present time.
 Will you complete this now?  
 You will complete this work now.  
b. Will is also used to acknowledge. (response to question in “a” above)
 I will do it, Sir.  
Examples : Promise
I promise that I will write you every single day.  
I will take care of everything for you.  
I will make the travel arrangements.  
Examples : Voluntary action
I will make dinner tonight.  
Teacher will be replaced from tomorrow.  
Examples : Prediction
He thinks it will rain tomorrow.  
Binta will be there by 10:00.  
It will rain tomorrow.  
The river will overflow its banks every spring.  
The meeting will be over soon.  
Examples : Request
Will you help me?  
Will you merry me?  
Will you join us?  
Will you open the window, please?  
Sign this, will you?  
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Types of Verbs Infinitive Verbs Auxiliary Verbs
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Would Must Never Dare Need Keep Kept Used to Ought to Going to
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