I'm struggling a bit with translating the English "She will do X" or "She will be Y" into my mother tongue (German).
Lets say we have the sentence "She will be loved". A native English speaker would probably understand that like "She has a strong desire to be loved" or "She wants to be loved".
Same goes for the sentence "I'll take the steak". If you want to order a steak in the restaurant -- it is not quite future ...
However, we've learned in school that an English sentence like "She will X" expresses the future, similar to "She is going to be loved."
Is there any kind of rule (maybe it depends on the verb after the "will"?) whether "She will" means that she strongly wants something, or that she is going to do something?