will + usually | normally | often

Here’s an example of using ‘will’ to talk about habits and characteristic (typical) behaviour: The suspect will often leave something behind. listen C1 point 189 in MODALITY is defined as: ‘will’ to talk about something HABITUAL AND TYPICAL The English Grammar Profile examples contain: will result normally will usually contain will often knock won’t usually be able to *We can’t …

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will | shall (long-term intention)

C2 point 67 in the category of FUTURE simple is defined as: ‘will’ or ‘shall’ to talk about long-term intentions. *There is quite a bit of romantic sentiment to this grammar point.  ‘I will always love you, and I will never leave you.’ The only way to differentiate this point from others is ‘I’ or …

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