You're shopping for a new computer at an electronics store. After asking a salesperson a few questions, you're ready to buy the computer that he recommends. You say:
OK. Well, I'll take it.
You use "well" to change the topic of a conversation or to signal the end of a conversation. For example:
This is the standard phrase that people use when they're discussing an item with a salesperson and decide to buy it. Aside from computers, you can also use this phrase when shopping for:
- a car
- a house
Notice that this phrase uses "I'll ___". One of the main ways that English speakers use "will" is to announce a decision that they've just made.
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