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    Short answers.

    Shall I go to school?
    Yes, you shall.
    No, you shan't.
    Is it correct to use you shall in this case?

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    Re: Short answers.

    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    Shall I go to school?
    Yes, you shall.
    No, you shan't.
    Is it correct to use you shall in this case?
    No, better to say: Yes, you will. No, you won't.Or Do, please. Yes, of course. No, I'm afraid you can't.

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