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will in English:

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

4. wilfully

English word "will"(wilfully) occurs in sets:

Word Formation (Year 3)

5. testament

He and a colleague who went to China later translated The New Testament into Chinese.
All the tales of miracles, with which the Old and New Testament are filled, are fit only for impostors to preach and fools to believe.

6. sick

You're sick!
The very sick baby was under careful observation by the doctors.
Nobody knows how long the sick man can hold on.
It was heartless of him to say such a thing to the sick man.
During the test, she felt very sick, so she got a pass to go to the toilet.
Our captain got sick, so I attended the meeting in his place.
Roger Miller's father died when he was only one year old and his mother became sick soon after, so he was sent to live with his uncle in Erick, Oklahoma.
I didn't know that you were sick, so I didn't visit you in the hospital.
Since I was sick for a week, I'm making every possible effort to catch up.
You probably think she told me she was on her way to visit her sick grandmother.
If a sick person folds one thousand paper cranes, her wish will come true.
When her neighbors were sick, she asked doctors to give them medical supplies.
He now was sixty-eight years old and a sick man.
What should we do with people who are very sick or hurt and can't get better?
That night, he became sick with pains in his stomach.

English word "will"(sick) occurs in sets:

English pronunciation 1.4

7. mental power

English word "will"(mental power) occurs in sets:

Part 1 (Orange)

8. ability to control your thoughts and feelings to achieve what you want to do

English word "will"(ability to control your thoughts and feelings to achieve what you want to do) occurs in sets:

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