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    Difference between will and shall & emphatic pronoun myself

    What is the difference between "I will do it myself" and "I shall do it
    myself." I think shall is wrong because it doesn't belong with myself. thanks.

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    Re: Difference between will and shall & emphatic pronoun myself

    Quote Originally Posted by ankur.vyas1 View Post
    What is the difference between "I will do it myself" and "I shall do it
    myself." I think shall is wrong because it doesn't belong with myself. thanks.
    There is no difference in meaning in that sentence. 'Shall' is correct, but is little used these days.

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