Ill have a coffee please ill send her an email this

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What would you like to drink ? => I’ll have a coffee please. I’ll send her an email this afternoon. I don’t think I’ll buy that house. I will help you to clean up the mess. I’ll open the door for you. Hold on. I’ll get a pen. I’ll pay by credit card. I won’t go there alone. I forgot to call Phil. I’ll call him now. I won’t leave until I’ve seen the manager. Are you hungry ? I’ll prepare some sandwiches. You look tired. I’ll get you some coffee. * Pour exprimer une prédiction ou une hypothèse future (on peut aussi utiliser be+going to): If you ask her, she will give you a lift. She will be surprised when she will see that. Who do you think will win the race ? He won’t believe what happened. I don’t think Joey will come tonight. It will snow tomorrow. * Pour demander à quelqu’un de faire quelque chose (avec ‘will you… ?): Will you please turn the light off ? I’m going to bed.
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  • Spring '17
  • Will, Shall, Open the Door, poesie, Indicatif futur simple en français, think I

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