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Lección 12, Tema 2
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Lesson 12 – Step 2 – Vocabulary & Pronunciation: contractions of WILL

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Objetivo

Veamos cómo pronunciar las diferentes contracciones de "will".

Escucha y repite las palabras cuantas veces lo desees. Intenta memorizarlas. Cuando hayas terminado, ve al paso 3.


Contractions of will and will not: ‘ll / won’t

I’ll

I’ll

you’ll

you’ll

he’ll

he’ll

she’ll

she’ll

we’ll

we’ll

they’ll

they’ll

won’t

won’t

Ahora practiquemos con frases del texto del paso anterior:

  • What’ll happen is that her friends will be disappointed.
  • → “I’ll come!”
  • → That’ll be complicated 
  • → “I’ll have” a cup of tea.
  • → “I’ll be there”
  • → She’ll have to learn to say no.

¿Cómo se pronuncia la contracción de will y won’t? Este video lo explica:

Conclusión

¿Has terminado? ¡Bien hecho! Dirígete al paso 3.