Student or Learner
Consume her heart and you shall live forever.
Is it correct to use "shall" instead of "will" and why?
Grammar books state that shall is more commonly used as making an offer. with shall I or shall we in modern times. " shall we go go to the cinema tonight?". "Shall I help you in carrying some of these shopping bags?". Alternatively we could say informally " How about I help you with some of these bags ". Using will would sound inaccurate in such circumstance of making an offer. Shall is more common in British English, or at least in their grammar books.
Are you sure that your native language is English, jwstesol?
Could you be more specific?
For a person who claims to be an native-speaking English teacher, your capitalisation and punctuation are atrocious.
Is that specific enough for you?
If it were legal, a modern agony aunt (a media expert in personal relationships) might say 'Eat her heart and you will never die.'