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    Default Re: Suggestions

    Quote Originally Posted by Teia View Post
    Hi,

    Shall is still used in English grammar :
    "Will" means willingness and it is also the mark of "future tense"
    "Shall" is used when making suggestions or when I am ready to do smth. in the future but this not my "will" or my" wish".

    e.g.
    Conversation:

    Mother :Jane, will you help me with the dishes,please?
    Jane : yes, mom, I will [ it`s my will ; I`ll do it because I want]
    If you use " shall" instead of "will" in the previous sentence, the meaning is different.


    Regards,
    thanks, tht was helpful

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    Default Re: Suggestions

    "shall" more politely than "will" :)

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    Default Re: Suggestions

    Shall we go...?
    better

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    I think shall is used more in daily sponken Englih than will

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    Default I am agree

    Quote Originally Posted by Teia View Post
    Hi,

    Shall is still used in English grammar :
    "Will" means willingness and it is also the mark of "future tense"
    "Shall" is used when making suggestions or when I am ready to do smth. in the future but this not my "will" or my" wish".

    e.g.
    Conversation:

    Mother :Jane, will you help me with the dishes,please?
    Jane : yes, mom, I will [ it`s my will ; I`ll do it because I want]
    If you use " shall" instead of "will" in the previous sentence, the meaning is different.


    Regards,
    Hi,

    Your answer is very good and explained well that where shall is use and

    where well is used.This is right answer.

    Thanks

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