willauxiliary verb

  • ja~するつもりである
  • enin relation to time and frequency, used to talk about what is going to happen in the future

Examples

1:18 / --:--
1.
Good doggie, get the sandwich, get —
2.
Okay, Joey, the dog will lick himself.
3.
But he will not touch your sandwich.
4.
What does that tell you?
5.
Well, if he's not gonna eat it, I will.
6.
Are you crazy?
7.
Pheebs, he's just a little dog.
2 likes
1:18 / --:--
1.
- Approaching the target. - Okay, let's do this.
2.
Masks on.
3.
When CJ goes to get his morning coffee, we will arrive and grab him.
4.
He will pretend to struggle just enough to attract attention.
5.
Help! Help!
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0:36 / --:--
1.
Someone there?
2.
Whoever you are, I know how to use this.
3.
Aw, jeez.
4.
Here we go.
5.
I know you can’t understand me.
6.
But put down the stapler or I will electrocute you.
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0:42 / --:--
1.
Officially, Fire Saga will be representing Iceland at Eurovision this year.
2.
I hate them!
3.
Absolutely terrible.
4.
They're old, disgusting people.
5.
But we have no choice.
6.
So we're in?
7.
Yeah?
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3:01 / --:--
1.
I will see you this weekend for the Penguins.
2.
Box seats as usual.
3.
- Uh, okay. Sure. - Good, good. Good.
4.
- I will see you. - Thank you, Mr. Schofield, for your time.
5.
Much appreciated.
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1:33 / --:--
1.
I will never ever sleep with you.
2.
Playing hard to get, I like it.
3.
When hell freezes over.
4.
I can arrange that, actually.
5.
Get in the car.
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2:01 / --:--
1.
You're moving in on my man.
2.
No, I'm not.
3.
Stay away from him!
4.
I will.
5.
Stop agreeing with everything I'm saying!
6.
Okay.
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4:05 / --:--
1.
You sure this will work, Tommy?
2.
It's gotta work.
3.
Yee-haw!