Using Will I Vs Shall I in future tense questions - English Grammar Lesson
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‘Will’ and ‘Shall’ are used in the future tense. But, at times it is confusing when we have to use them to make a question. In this lesson, you will learn when to use ‘shall’ and ‘we’ to make a question.
Shall I/We: is used when the person who asks the question is offering to do something.
Example: Shall we wait for you? (we are offering to the action of waiting. If ‘will we’ is used, it would not make sense)
Example: Shall we invite him to the party?
Example: Shall I listen to his advice?
Example: Shall I send you a piece of cake?
Using ‘will’ in the above questions would not make complete sense.
Will I/We: is used when you ask general questions, where you are not initiating an action or offering to do something:
Example: Will I get a call from him?
Example: Will we receive an invitation for the party?
Example: ill I ever know the truth?
Example: Will I recover soon from the viral?
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