1. what someone wants to happen in a particular situation
2. legal document saying what is to happen to your possessions after your death
3. one's wish desire
They would not surrender.
You're the only person I know besides me who would prefer to live in a tent.
I think if I talked more often with a native speaker, my English skills would improve quickly.
What kind of person would do that kind of thing?
When I got out of prison, I couldn't find a job anywhere near my home since no one would hire an ex-con.
Spenser would not tell anyone his surreptitious plan to get back at his friends for pranking him.
If I could send you a marshmallow, Trang, I would.
I wagered him a dollar that I'd sell more magazines than he would.
I've heard of pseudomyopia, but I never thought my own child would come to have it.
A good lawyer would leave no stone unturned in his efforts to defend his client.
Tom wondered if Mary would think that eight in the morning was too early for him to open a bottle of wine.
I knew something bad would happen if Tom and Mary went hiking together.
Most Germans expected the Allies would attack at Calais, in France.
Life would be infinitely happier if we could only be born at the age of eighty and gradually approach eighteen.
This time he dressed down, having realized that the smart suit would be out of place.
Inglés palabrawill"(wilfully) ocurre en conjuntos:Word Formation (Year 3)