how is '' you will '' not correct and the answer is ''you'll'', it's literally the same thing.
If it's actually the shortened form of 'you shall'; though I agree that 'you will' should be accepted.
You will is not how the Danish is used. It's really more like Remember your bag! or Don't forget your bag!
You will should be accepted surely?!?
Is this for all tenses?
Here is used as " you must" can be used as "will, shall" etc in orher context. This is driving me insane
Would a Dane saying "You will remember your bag" be more likely to say "Du vil huske din taske"?