How to Pronounce who'll?

Correct pronunciation for the word "who'll" is [hˈuːl], [hˈuːl], [h_ˈuː_l].

"Who'll" in context

Who'll is a contraction of the phrase "who will", which is used when asking a question about someone's intended course of action. It is frequently used when asking about a person's plans for the future, for example "Who'll be attending the meeting?" or "Who'll be going on the field trip?" It can also be used to ask about a person's opinion or preferences, such as "Who'll be bringing dessert?

Usage over time for who'll:

This graph shows how "who'll" have occurred between 1800 and 2008 in a corpus of English books.

6 words made out of letters WHO'LL

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