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MODAL VERB USES 情态动词用法
MODAL 将;将会;将要 You use will to indicate that you hope, think, or have evidence that something is going to happen or be the case in the future.
The Prime Minister is now 64 years old and in all probability this will be the last election that he is likely to contest...
You will find a wide variety of choices available in school cafeterias...
MODAL (表示将来的正式安排) You use will in order to make statements about official arrangements in the future.
The show will be open to the public at 2pm; admission will be 50p...
When will I be released, sir?
MODAL (表示承诺或威胁)会，要 You use will in order to make promises and threats about what is going to happen or be the case in the future.
I'll call you tonight...
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MODAL (指某人的打算)想要，将 You use will to indicate someone's intention to do something.
I will say no more on these matters, important though they are...
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MODAL (用于问句，表示礼貌地邀请或提议)愿否，…好吗 You use will in questions in order to make polite invitations or offers.
Will you stay for supper?...
Will you join me for a drink?...
MODAL (用于问句中，表示请求或让某人做某事)…好吗，…行吗 You use will in questions in order to ask or tell someone to do something.
Will you drive me home?...
Will you listen again, Andrew?...
MODAL (用于命令) You can use will in statements to give an order to someone.
You will do as I request, if you please...
You will now maintain radio silence...
MODAL 愿意/不愿 You use will to say that someone is willing to do something. You use will not or won't to indicate that someone refuses to do something.
All right, I'll forgive you...
I'll answer the phone...
MODAL （表示将来能做某事）将,能 You use will to say that a person or thing is able to do something in the future.
How the country will defend itself in the future has become increasingly important...
How will I recognize you?
MODAL (表示行为发生的经常性、习惯性)经常，惯于，总是 You use will to indicate that an action usually happens in the particular way mentioned.
The thicker the material, the less susceptible the garment will be to wet conditions...
There's no snake known that will habitually attack human beings unless threatened with its life...
MODAL (用于含有 if 和 unless 的句子的主句中，表示非常可能发生)会，就 You use will in the main clause of some 'if' and 'unless' sentences to indicate something that you consider to be fairly likely to happen.
If you overcook the pancakes they will be difficult to roll...
If a nuclear war breaks out, every living thing will be wiped off the face of the Earth...
MODAL 一定要;非…不可 You use will to say that someone insists on behaving or doing something in a particular way and you cannot change them. You emphasize will when you use it in this way.
He will leave his socks lying all over the place and it drives me mad.
MODAL (与过去分词连用，表示非常肯定将来会发生某事)定会 You use will have with a past participle when you are saying that you are fairly certain that something will be true by a particular time in the future.
As many as ten-million children will have been infected with the virus by the end of the decade...
He will have left by January the fifteenth.
MODAL (与过去分词连用，表示相当肯定)会，将 You use will have with a past participle to indicate that you are fairly sure that something is the case.
If someone has been in captivity for a long time, he will have changed as a result of his experience...
The holiday will have done him the world of good.
WANTING SOMETHING TO HAPPEN 希望某事发生
N-VAR 意志;决心 Will is the determination to do something.
He was said to have lost his will to live.
...the inevitable battle of wills as your child realizes that he can't do or have everything he wants...
N-SING 意愿;意志 If something is the will of a person or group of people with authority, they want it to happen.
He has submitted himself to the will of God...
Democracy responds and adjusts to the will of the people...
VERB 想要(某事发生) If you will something to happen, you try to make it happen by using mental effort rather than physical effort.
I looked at the telephone, willing it to ring...
He was watching her fixedly, willing her to look at him.
N-COUNT 遗嘱 A will is a document in which you declare what you want to happen to your money and property when you die.
Attached to his will was a letter he had written to his wife just days before his death.
VERB 将…遗赠 If you will something to someone, you say in your will that they should have it when you die.
The large sum of money that came to him when she died was a shock, and he had not spent a penny of it on himself. He had, however, willed it to Frank.
PHRASE 违背…的意志;违背…的愿望 If something is done against your will, it is done even though you do not want it to be done.
No doubt he was forced to leave his family against his will.
PHRASE 任意;随意 If you can do something at will, you can do it when you want and as much as you want.
...scientists who can adjust their experiments at will.
PHRASE 热情地;劲头十足地 If you do something with a will, you do it with a lot of enthusiasm and energy.
Set to work with a will and be pleased with the amount you get done...
It was an easy opening circuit, but the riders attacked it with a will.