Monday Muddle: I’ll, ill

“I’ll” sounds like “aisle” and “isle” (see last week’s Monday Muddle), but it’s less likely to be mixed up with them unless you are using voice to text software of some sort. If you leave the apostrophe out, however, you will end up with “ill”, which is not generally something people want.

Monday Muddle: I’ll: (subject pronoun and verb) contraction of I will ill: (adj, adv, n) unwell, sick, badly, harm, misfortune