MICHAEL’S RULES OF CORRECT ENGLISH USAGE
To show the simple future, use “shall” in the first person and “will” in the second and third persons.
“I shall go to the movies tonight.’
“I hope you will go with me.”
To show the future of promise or determination, use “will” in the first person and “shall” in the second and third persons.
“We will win the game tonight.”
“Our opponents shall be awed by our determination.”
LEARN THE BASICS … PLEASE!
Find, identify and correct the error in the following piece.
“Tim Hortons is feeling the steam coming off of its rivals’ coffee cups.”
Hollie Shaw, Financial Post, “Tim Hortons to offer new dark roast coffee blend”. The Windsor Star, Tuesday, October 29, 2013.
The word for today is “depravity”.
What part of speech is “depravity”?
Define “depravity” and use it in a sentence of your own creation.