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  • Hi, everybody. It's Lynn again.

  • Welcome back to my video.

  • Today, we're going to be talking about eight common contractions using the future tense 'will'.

  • These are ones that you really want to memorize and try hard to get them in your brain

  • because if you memorize them well, and you pronounce them correctly,

  • you're going to sound more like a native speaker.

  • Let's get started.

  • All right, now, we're going to take a look at my list of eight common contractions

  • using the future tense 'will'.

  • I will say each example two times.

  • The first time, I will say it slowly.

  • And the second time I will say it quickly like a native speaker.

  • It's really important that you repeat after me out loud after each example.

  • Okay, here we go.

  • First one, 'I will' = 'I'll'.

  • 'I'll make lunch soon.'

  • Next, 'he will' = 'he'll'.

  • 'He'll be late for dinner tonight.'

  • Then, 'she will' = 'she'll'.

  • 'She'll wash the dishes after dinner.'

  • 'It will' = 'it'll'.

  • 'It'll be a great evening.'

  • 'you will' = 'you'll'.

  • 'You'll have a great time at my wedding.'

  • 'we will' = 'we'll'

  • 'We'll go on vacation in May.'

  • 'they will' = 'they'll'

  • 'They'll visit their mom in the summer.'

  • The last one is a negative form.

  • 'will not' becomes 'won't'.

  • 'I won't go to work tomorrow.'

  • Great job, guys. Let's move on.

  • Alright here are some dialogues.

  • And if you pay really close attention to these, these are going to help you master these contractions.

  • Conversation 1.

  • Which of these can be made into contractions?

  • Yes, these ones.

  • When will you buy a new car?

  • “I'll buy one next month.”

  • Conversation 2.

  • Which of these can be made into contractions?

  • Yes, these ones.

  • It'll be nice to meet her next week.”

  • Yes she'll be happy to see you, too.”

  • Conversation 3.

  • Which of these can be made into contractions?

  • Yes, these ones.

  • Will you help the other team?”

  • If they'll help us we'll help them back.”

  • Conversation 4.

  • Which of these can be made into contractions?

  • Yes, these ones.

  • Susan won't work her shift tomorrow.”

  • You'll have to work instead of her.”

  • Great job, today.

  • That was a lot of information about contractions.

  • But I know you guys are working hard.

  • And I know you're going to keep working hard.

  • So tune in for the next video and thanks for watching.

  • Let me know how you're doing in the comments.

  • See you later.

Hi, everybody. It's Lynn again.

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Learn Contractions | Future Tense WILL

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