Tagged: will

Will | Modal Auxiliary Verb

Will is a modal auxiliary verb. It is followed by an infinitive without to. There is no –s in the third person singular. She will come. (NOT She wills come.) I will do it. Questions and negatives are...

Shall vs. Will

Expressing simple future Shall can be used with first person pronouns (I, we) to express simple future. We shall discuss the matter with them. I shall write to him. We shall invite them for dinner. With the second (you) and third person (he, she, they, it) pronouns,...

Uses of Will

Announcing decisions using will We have seen that the future tense forms are constructed with will and shall. Will and shall are also used in offers, promises and orders. In these cases will usually...