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

Learn how to say You’ll Be 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
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
the tickets were £25
amount to:
one and one is two
let A be a square matrix of order n
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