Lesson on how to use modal verb SHALL (Shall we go out this evening?)



This video is about the auxiliary verb “shall”. Being used mainly in British English, “shall” is used in four different ways. To express a determination, suggestions, to express a promise or to volunteer to do sth., and finally to indicate that something will inevitably happen in the future. It is mainly used with the first person singular and plural, though to express determination in a formal context is used with all persons.
The lesson is mainly designated for elementary students who wish to study or review English grammar and vocabulary. However, it would also help students who are at an advanced level who wish to brush up on English grammar.

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