Contraction: will => ‘ll Sunday, November 18, 2018 by Eva Easton Leave a Comment Contractions reflect in written form the natural speech of native speakers of American English. In this lesson, you can practice contractions for will => ‘ll. And now it’s your turn.Listen to each audio.What do you hear? 1. https://www.evaeaston.com/wp-content/uploads/contraction-will-be-that-long.mp3 That will be fine. That'll be fine. 2. https://www.evaeaston.com/wp-content/uploads/contraction-will-be-ok-short.mp3 It will be okay. It'll be okay. 3. https://www.evaeaston.com/wp-content/uploads/contraction-will-be-bob-short.mp3 What will Bob do to fix the problem? What'll Bob do to fix the problem? 4. https://www.evaeaston.com/wp-content/uploads/contraction-will-be-bob-long.mp3 What will Bob do to fix the problem? What'll Bob do to fix the problem? 5. https://www.evaeaston.com/wp-content/uploads/contraction-will-be-mary-short.mp3 Mary will be here soon. Mary'll be here soon. 6. https://www.evaeaston.com/wp-content/uploads/contraction-will-be-ok.mp3 It will be okay. It'll be okay. 7. https://www.evaeaston.com/wp-content/uploads/contraction-will-be-that-short.mp3 That will be fine. That'll be fine. 8. https://www.evaeaston.com/wp-content/uploads/contraction-will-be-I-long.mp3 I will be okay. I'll be okay. 9. https://www.evaeaston.com/wp-content/uploads/contraction-will-be-mary-long.mp3 Mary will be here soon. Mary'll be here soon. 10. https://www.evaeaston.com/wp-content/uploads/contraction-will-be-I-short.mp3 I will be okay. I'll be okay. Time's up Related Lessons: ‘ll = willto be = ‘m, ‘re, ‘s Tell your friends. Share this lesson.