Li-an is in Janie's apartment Janie: Thanks for keeping me and my baby company while my husband is away. Li-an: You're welcome. I like hanging out with you two. Janie: Are you hungry? It's almost dinnertime, but I don't feel like cooking. We can just order out. How about Chinese food? I'll order it and we'll see what you think.
A time of misrule, when every principle is turned on its head, is a tempting thing indeed. Some sociologists have theorized that such festivals of chaos are necessary for the running of a decent culture.
一般将来时用来表示通常认为将要有的习惯性动作： Spring will come again. 春天将重返人间。 Birds will build nests. 鸟要筑巢。 People will make plans. 人们将制订计划。 Other men will climb these stairs and sit at my desk. 其他人会爬上这些楼梯，坐在我的桌旁。 （以上各句中也可分别用will be coming／building／making／climbing／sitting。）