Example sentences of "[verb] [pron] 'll [adv] [verb] [noun sg] " in BNC.

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1 ‘ I do n't think I 'll ever touch soup again once we get out of here , ’ she declared with a shudder , setting her empty mug aside .
2 I expect we 'll now see trade unionists and others appointed where appropriate .
3 Yes , I do n't think you 'll ever get unanimity on something like this .
4 So we 've got and then d' ya think we 'll like get poetry and then we 'll get our last ?
5 ‘ Unfortunately , we 've been caught up in the crossfire and we 've had people on to us saying they 'll never smoke Camel cigarettes again .
6 You know when all this court business is on , and they had two hours at recess so he went to look at the cathedral with Steven and mum mentioned it and , and she said oh I think I 'll go and have a look round she said when all this is over cos dad , suppose he 'll never set foot in Norwich again and I said oh that 's silly cos it 's a , it is a lovely city .
7 Therefore , and I think we 'll all take access to something that we would .
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