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shall (SHAL) (verb)
1. This element is now mostly restricted to two situations, for interrogative sentences requesting permission or agreement: "Shall we go for a walk now?"

"Shall I open the present now?"

2. Shall is used in legal documents, in which it indicates a duty or responsibility: "This tenant shall obtain the landlord's permission before he makes any changes to the property."
will (WIL) (verb)
With minor exceptions, will has become the universal word to express futurity; regardless, of whether the subject is in the first, second, or third person: "My friend and I will be arriving in town early this evening and he will be driving the car."

Grammar rules formerly had the following formats which now are generally no longer utilized!

Simple Futurity

First person: I shall (s); we shall (pl)
Second person: you will (s); you will (pl)
Third person: he, she, it will (s); they will (pl)
Determination, Promise, or Command

First person: I will (s); we will (pl)
Second person: you shall (s); you shall (pl)
Third person: he, she, it shall (s); they shall (pl)

"The artificial distinction between shall and will to designate futurity has neither a basis in historical grammar nor the sound sanction of universal usage."

-Norman Lewis, Better English; 1961; page 270.
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will (WIL) (verb)
Applied to say that something is expected to happen in the future: "Victor will definitely leave tomorrow morning."

"Martin and Ernest will continue with the project, and they will complete it!"

will (WIL) (verb)
To cause or to try to cause something to happen by using the power of one's mind: "Stephanie was trying to will herself to fall asleep."
will (WIL) (noun)
A legal testament, or document, in which a person states who should receive his or her possessions after his or her death: "In his will, Todd stated that he wanted all of his property to go to his sister, Elaine."

Steve's father promised his son that he will complete writing the draft of his will today because he is afraid that he will put it off again. He really must will himself to concentrate on the task.

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(Greek: will)
(Latin: will, free will, free choice; to wish; personal desire)
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free will
The partial freedom of the agent, in acts of conscious choice, from the determining compulsion of heredity, environment, and circumstance.
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