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    Regarding diffrence and usage of model verbs shall and will.

    Sentence: " Apology I could not reply you yesterday, electricity had gone. As per your wish I shall/will reply to you through mail."

    My question: Which modal verb "will" or "shall" would be appropriate grammatically in the sentence ? And what is the diffrence between these two modal verbs "shall" and "will" ? Please tell with indigenous examples.



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    Re: Regarding diffrence and usage of model verbs shall and will.

    Thanks for your reply sir.

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