(used for expressing the simple future tense)
be willing to; be ready to
(used when asking sb to do sth )
(used like can, show what is possible )
(used like must, show what is likely)
(shows what always happens )
(try to) make (sth) happen, especially by power of the mind
leave (property, etc.) to sb by means of a will and testament
the power of the mind to make decisions and act in accordance with them, sometimes in spite of difficulty or opposition
a strong determination to act in a particular way; intention
legal document in which a person states how he wants his property and money to be disposed of after his death
"the exercise of their volition we construe as revolt"
"where there's a will there's a way"
"God wills our existence"
"This action was willed and intended"
"My aunt bequeathed me all her jewelry"
"My grandfather left me his entire estate"
I have no will to wander forth of doors.
出自：Julius Caesar , Shakespeare
The faculty of the present proprietor to entertain his friends is greatly abridged,..the will..remains the same.
出自： Sir W. Scott
Who wil the curnell of the nut must breake the shell.
出自： J. Grange
Hector! where's Hector? I will none but Hector.
出自：Troilus Cressida , Shakespeare
I would not one of thine own doves, Not ev'n a rose, were offer'd to thee.
Moles, beauty spots, call them what you will.., might be the warning sign of skin cancer.
Two things he willeth, that we should be good, and that we should be happy.
出自： I. Barrow
I shall be twenty next Sunday.
I shall tell you this evening.
Shall I be too old to work at eighty?
You shall never see her again.
I will work hard.
Shall you be away for long?
美国人基本上不用Shall you ...
Will we …?
You will be better tomorrow.
It will be fine very soon.
You will send in your report on Thursday.
All the members will send in their reports on Thursday.
Whatever you may say, things of this kind will go on.
Will you tell me more about him?
You will sit here for hours saying nothing.