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I never say "shall".Should I?I say "I will" or "I am going to".I do not say "I shall".Is there a subtle difference? Does it indicate something useful?I understand the difference between "I should" and "I would" (I think) but not between "I shall" and "I will". As far as I am concerned they both mean that something in the future is going to happen.
Shall we dance ?Less clumsy than Would you like to dance with me ?
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