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'Shall we go?'

Shall is a word which is commonly used in British English, but rarely in American English.
Shall can be used in a number of contexts:


Shall is often used with 'I' or 'we' instead of will:

'I shall call you later.'
'We shall talk about it tomorrow.'


'We shall never forget you.'
'I shall take care of your dog.'

Asking for advice

'Shall I buy it?'
'Where shall I go?'


'Shall I close the door?'
'Shall we go?'

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