English example sentences with "it'll"

Learn how to use it'll in a English sentence. Over 100 hand-picked examples.

I'm sure it'll be easy to find a place.

Don't scratch your mosquito bite. It'll get inflamed.

Ten to one it'll clear up in an hour or so.

Hey, has this been sitting out on the dinner table all day? It has to go in the refrigerator or it'll go bad.

You may as well wait for a while. It'll clear up soon.

It'll soon be time for dinner.

Well, it'll do for the time being.

It'll be impossible to get a visa at short notice.

Yes, but it'll be difficult.

Whichever way you take, it'll take you the same time.

It'll be quicker to walk than to take a taxi.

It'll be forgotten in a few months' time.

It'll cost at least five dollars.

You mustn't touch it, because it'll break easily.

It'll be two weeks before you receive the article.

It'll be too late then.

It'll cost me my job.

It'll take not less than one hour to go there.

It'll take an hour to get there.

It'll take at least one hour to go there.

It'll be opening time, time I get down there.

It'll be a waste of time if we wait for them any longer.

It'll take a week or so to read through this book.

It'll take me a long time to get over my cold.

It'll take a few days to break in these shoes.

It seems you and I are essential to this project. We'd better get along or it'll go badly.

We're counting on you to be the life of the party. It'll bomb if you don't come.

I hope it'll come out good.

It'll be useless to stand against them.

I hope it'll be fine tomorrow.

It'll arrive in Chicago at 6:30.

It'll pass in a few days.

It'll come all right in the end.

It'll add to the same thing.

It'll take the bone a month or so to set completely.

I think it'll rain today.

It's rather cold today, but I think it'll be fairly warm tomorrow.

I'm afraid it'll rain tonight.

I think it'll freeze tonight.

It'll come right in the end.

It'll take me a long time to finish reading that book.

It'll cure itself naturally.

It'll do no harm to drink a little whisky.

Come on, it'll be all right.

This is a tropical storm. It'll be over soon.

It'll take him two days to finish this work.

It'll be a pity if he fails.

It'll serve him right if he fails the exam; he doesn't study at all.

If you leave it to him, it'll be all right.

It'll be a long time before she gets over her father's death.

It gave her quite a shock, and she didn't want to talk about anything for a while. I think it'll be a while before she's back to normal.

It'll be cheaper in the long run to use real leather.

It'll do harm to you to sit up late every night.

It seems it'll rain tomorrow.

I don't think it'll rain tomorrow.

It'll snow tomorrow.

It'll be a big day.

Since it'll be hot tomorrow, we'll go swimming.

"Talking about 108, that's the number of worldly passions." "What worldly passions have you got then?" "I could say, but it'll get censored out."

As I don't have the money, it'll just be a short trip.

It'll be fine, you can do it! Trust yourself! You are already a splendid swimmer!

I think Obama will win. It'll be a walkover!

You can do it. It'll be a cakewalk!

Tomorrow, the car needs to go to the garage for a big service. It'll probably set me back a couple of hundred euros.

If you paint it yellow, you'll kill two birds with one stone: it'll stand out, and you'll save money because you can use paint you already have.

Maybe it'll snow.

It'll cost over a thousand yen.

It'll cost you 2,000 pesetas.

It'll cost about 10,000 yen.

Stop doing that! We've told you a hundred times that it'll accomplish nothing! It's like talking to a wall!

It'll soon be six o'clock.

It'll soon be three o'clock.

It looks like it'll be clearing up.

It'll snow today.

It'll be fine, don't be afraid!

The lawyer seems to think it'll be an open and shut case.

Just pull the door shut. It'll lock by itself.

It doesn't look like it'll clear up today.

If you don't keep the silverware polished, it'll lose its luster.

It has got dark. Maybe it'll rain soon.

Next month it'll be five years since he began playing the violin.

Do you think it'll work?

It's a biggish chair, but it'll just barely fit through the doorway.

Do you think it'll be difficult to finish reading this book in a week?

I hope it'll come, because the trash can is full.

You should really lay off that. It'll ruin your health.

It'll just take a second.

Trust me. It'll be plain sailing.

It'll be impossible to get a visa on short notice.

No matter how much you try to convince people that chocolate is vanilla, it'll still be chocolate, even though you may manage to convince yourself and a few others that it's vanilla.

I don't know when, but it'll happen someday.

If you want to sound like a native speaker, it'll take a lot of work.

It may seem like an awful lot of money, but it'll be money well spent.

It'll take some time, but eventually we'll be able to rebuild.

It'll take some time, but I think we can patch things up.

If we pool our resources, it'll be that much easier to solve the problem.

It's better to go senile while you're still young. It'll save you the trouble of having to do it later.

I think it'll take more than a year to finish building our house.

At the beginning it'll be tough, but everything's tough at the beginning.

Tom hopes that it'll be fine tomorrow.

Tom doesn't think that it'll rain tomorrow.

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