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    The drawers will not open properly.

    A: I need to buy a dresser.

    B: Don't you already have one?

    A: Yes, but the drawers will not open properly.

    I know that there are many usages of "will" but I do not know why and how "will" can be used in the sentence? Is this used for a current state or what? Thank you so much as always and have a good day.

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    Re: The drawers will not open properly.

    Does this help?

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