you will be so advised meaning, you will be so advised definition | English Cobuild dictionary



Will is a modal verb. It is used with the base form of a verb. In spoken English and informal written English, the form won't is often used in negative statements.     
1       modal   You use will    to indicate that you hope, think, or have evidence that something is going to happen or be the case in the future.      
You will find a wide variety of choices available in school cafeterias..., Representatives from across the horse industry will attend the meeting..., 70 per cent of airports in the Far East will have to be upgraded..., Will you ever feel at home here?..., The ship will not be ready for a month.     
2       modal   You use will    in order to make statements about official arrangements in the future.      
The show will be open to the public at 2pm; admission will be 50p..., When will I be released, sir?     
3       modal   You use will    in order to make promises and threats about what is going to happen or be the case in the future.      
I'll call you tonight..., Price quotes on selected product categories will be sent on request..., If she refuses to follow rules about car safety, she won't be allowed to use the car.     
4       modal   You use will    to indicate someone's intention to do something.      
I will say no more on these matters, important though they are..., In this section we will describe common myths about cigarettes, alcohol, and marijuana..., `Dinner's ready.'<emdash10001`Thanks, Carrie, but we'll have a drink first.'..., What will you do next?..., Will you be remaining in the city?     
5       modal   You use will    in questions in order to make polite invitations or offers.   ,   (politeness)    Will you stay for supper?..., Will you join me for a drink?..., Won't you sit down?     
6       modal   You use will    in questions in order to ask or tell someone to do something.       (=would)  
Will you drive me home?..., Wipe the jam off my mouth, will you?     
7       modal   You can use will    in statements to give an order to someone.      
FORMAL   You will now maintain radio silence..., You will not discuss this matter with anyone.     
8       modal   You use will    to say that someone is willing to do something. You use will not or won't to indicate that someone refuses to do something.      
All right, I'll forgive you..., He has insisted that his organisation will not negotiate with the government.     
9       modal   You use will    to say that a person or thing is able to do something in the future.      
How the country will defend itself in the future has become increasingly important..., How will I recognize you?     
10       modal   You use will    to indicate that an action usually happens in the particular way mentioned.      
The thicker the material, the less susceptible the garment will be to wet conditions..., There's no snake known that will habitually attack human beings unless threatened with its life...     
11       modal   You use will    in the main clause of some `if' and `unless' sentences to indicate something that you consider to be fairly likely to happen.      
If you overcook the pancakes they will be difficult to roll...     
12       modal   You use will    to say that someone insists on behaving or doing something in a particular way and you cannot change them. You emphasize will    when you use it in this way.         
He will leave his socks lying all over the place and it drives me mad.     
13       modal   You use will have with a past participle when you are saying that you are fairly certain that something will be true by a particular time in the future.  
As many as ten-million children will have been infected with the virus by the end of the decade...     
14       modal   You use will have with a past participle to indicate that you are fairly sure that something is the case.  
The holiday will have done him the world of good.     
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when you are happy, people will want to be around you and share your happiness, but when you are sad, people will avoid you.
en faisant le bien, vous trouverez le mal
ce n'est pas en battant ton âne que tu en feras un cheval
ce que vous avez perdu dans le feu, vous le retrouverez dans la cendre
fais à autrui ce que tu voudrais qu'on te fasse
au champ de l'univers, tu cueilleras ce que tu sèmes
en cueillant grain à grain, tu remplira ton panier
en pleine lune d'août, coupe ton bois, et cet hiver, tu n'auras pas froid
gardez votre maison, elle vous gardera
go away idiot, fool ; leave me alone idiot, fool ; fuck you idiot, fool ; fuck off idiot, fool.
make someone feel frightened especially so that they will do what you want
be stupid
expression used when someone becomes irritating
be exactly right
[Fam.] Ex.: Her guess was right on the money.
if you can't be arsed to do something, you can't be bothered to do it (you are too lazy to do it)
colloquial, British, very common
chacun son métier, les vaches seront bien gardées
fait le bien et jette le dans le tigre: dieu te le rendra dans le désert
be in a good shape
not to be able to act like a man, be a pussy
to be unable to think for oneself
used in a condescending way
The actual say is: "You can catch more flies with honey than with vinegar" This means that it is easier to persuade people if you use polite arguments and flattery than if you are confrontational.
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