73 – Using Will for Promises and Willingness – English Vocabulary Lesson.

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Will is used to talk about the future…I think everyone knows that. However, there are a few other ways that we use will. Today I’m going to show you how to use will for making promises and showing willingness.

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  1. “Today’s Challenge”
    Jack will feed Jenny’s cat instead of her who has to go out of town this weekend.

    Actually I heard the conversation again and again and finally got it. However, I still don’t know the first word of Jack. It sounds like “sure thing”. What does it mean?

  2. Hi Michael,
    Here are the answers to today’s listening challenge:
    Jenny said to Jack,” You may forget and then fluffy may starve.”
    And then Jack promised Jenny that he wouldn’t forget and would feed her cat fluffy.
    bye, bye.

  3. Good morning Michael,
    – Jack will feed Jenny’s cat while she is going out of town this weekend.
    I feel ill today, but I will hang on!

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