การใช้ Will 1. Will for the future We use will […]
1. Will for the future
We use will to say what we know or think about the future.
Will here has a neutral meaning. It does not express the idea that we have already decided to do something or that we are planning something.
2. Will for instant decisions
We also use will for an instant decision, when we decide on something or agree to do it more or less at the moment of speaking.
I’m thirsty. I think I’ll make some tea.
NOT l make some-tea.
You’ve left your computer on. ~ Oh, I’ll go and switch it off.
We must celebrate. I know, we’ll have a party.
I don’t think I’ll do any work tonight. I’m too tired.
We also use it to order things.
I’ll have the ham salad, please.
We also use will in offers and invitations.
Offer: I’ll peel the potatoes. ~ Oh, thank you.
Invitation: Will you come to lunch? ~ Yes, thank you. I’d love to.
Promise: I’ll pay you back next week.