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Pronunciation of You’ll Have Been: Learn how to pronounce You’ll Have Been in English correctly

Learn how to say You’ll Have Been correctly in English with this tutorial pronunciation video.

Oxford dictionary definition of the word be:

verb (singular present am /am, əm/; are /ɑː, ə/; is /ɪz/; plural present are; 1st and 3rd singular past was /wɒz, wəz/; 2nd singular past and plural past were /wəː, wə/; present subjunctive be; past subjunctive were; present participle being; past participle been /biːn, bɪn/)
1 (usually there is/are) exist:
there are no easy answers
there once was a man
there must be something wrong
I think, therefore I am
be present:
there were no curtains around the showers
are there any castles in this area?
2 [with adverbial] occur; take place:
the exhibition will be in November
the opening event is on October 16
that was before the war
occupy a position in space:
Salvation Street was on his left
she was not at the window
stay in the same place or condition:
he’s a tough customer—let him be
attend:
I’m at school doing A levels
come; go; visit:
he’s from Missouri
I have just been to Thailand
the doctor’s been twice today
3 [as copular verb] having the state, quality, identity, nature, role, etc., specified:
Amy was 91
the floor was uneven
I want to be a teacher
father was not well
it will be Christmas soon
‘Be careful,’ Mr Carter said
cost:
the tickets were £25
amount to:
one and one is two
represent:
let A be a square matrix of order n
signify:
we were everything to each other
consist of; constitute:
the monastery was several three-storey buildings
4 informal say:
last time I saw her she was all ‘You need to quit smoking!’
auxiliary verb
1used with a present participle to form continuous tenses:
they are coming
he had been reading
she will be waiting
2used with a past participle to form the passive voice:
it was done
it is said
his book will be published
3 [with infinitive] used to indicate something that is due or destined to happen:
construction is to begin next summer
his mum was never to see him win
used to express obligation or necessity:
you are to follow these orders
they said I was to remain on board
used to express possibility:
these snakes are to be found in North America
she was nowhere to be seen
used to hypothesize about something that might happen:
if I were to lose
if I was to tell you, you’d think I was mad
4 archaic used with the past participle of intransitive verbs to form perfect tenses:
I am returned