Here’s a short two-word test that can confound even the most fluent speaker of English: what’s the difference between ‘shall’ and ‘will’? When is it appropriate to use either of these words, or are they interchangeable? For example: ‘He shall do the dishes before he plays video games’ vs ‘He will do the dishes before he plays video games’. Confused? Baffled?
Go to the infographic to know the right answer! Also find out when you should say something, and when you tell it, when you appraise, and when you apprise, and so on.
Infographic by – GrammarCheck