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Does "will" mean "I have to" in this sentence?

- I *will* not have my own children talking to me like that!


4. used to give a command or to say what must happen or not happen. (=One of "will"s definitions)
- You will do as I say.
- Everyone will leave immediately!
- **I will not have my own children talking to me like that!**
- No one will leave this room until a decision has been made.

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Does "will" mean "I have to" in this sentence?

- I *will* not have my own children talking to me like that!


4. used to give a command or to say what must happen or not happen. (=One of "will"s definitions)
- You will do as I say.
- Everyone will leave immediately!
- **I will not have my own children talking to me like that!**
- No one will leave this room until a decision has been made.
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