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When there is a potential that something MIGHT happen, we use 会 /huì/

会 /huì/ is a very potent concept, it has many meanings and many ways to be used – as you can see HERE



Here are some examples of 会 /huì/ expressing “potential future”

I might go.
我 会 去。
<Wǒ huì qù.>
Do you think he will like it?
你 觉得 他 会 不 会 喜欢?
Nǐ juéde tā huìbuhui xǐhuan.
Next year I might go to Japan.
我 明年 会 去 日本。
<Wǒ míngnián huì qù Rìběn.>
Will she like it?
她 会 不会 喜欢?
<Tā huì-buhui xǐhuan?>
How many people will be at that party? (expecting >10)
在 这个 晚会 会 有 多少 人?
Zài zhège wǎnhuì huì yǒu duōshao rén?
I think he will like it.
我 想 她 会 很 喜欢。
Wǒ xiǎng tā huì hěn xǐhuan.
It might rain tomorrow.
明天 会 下雨。
Míngtiān huì xià yǔ.
Will he come? (potential future)
他 会 来 吗?
Tā huì lái ma?


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