“You'll have to tell me more about it later.”
Your coworker went on a trip. You ask how it went, and she says that it was a lot of fun. You need to go to a meeting now, but you want to hear more details about the trip.
You'll have to tell me more about it later.
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You'll have to (do something)
This is one way to ask a friend or acquaintance to do something social. For example:
You'll have to come over and visit us sometime.
You'll have to send me a copy of that. (When looking at a photo someone took)
Use this expression for fun social things. Don't use it to talk about something that a person has to do for work or for large requests.
When you pronounce this phrase, don't put stress on "have to". Put the main stress on the verb, and a little stress on "you".
tell me more about (something)
Say this in a polite conversation when you want to hear someone's stories about something. For example:
Tell me more about how you and Grandpa met.
Tell me more about your trip!