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I shall be busy all day tomorrow.
If he gets violent, I shall phone the police.
We shan’t be able to stay with you very long.
I think I shall have to postpone our little chat.
Over the next ten years we shall spend £25 billion on the health service.
By nightfall we shall have achieved our objectives.
Shall we have some lunch?
Shall I help you with your luggage?
Shall I open the champagne?
Where shall we meet?
What shall we do? We can’t stay here all night.
How shall we manage while you are away?
You shall receive all the money that is owed to you.
We will go to a quiet place and no one shall disturb us.
This is the British English definition of shall. View American English definition of shall.