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Oxford dictionary definition of the word shall:
modal verb (3rd singular present shall)
1(in the first person) expressing the future tense:
this time next week I shall be in Scotland
we shan’t be gone long
2expressing a strong assertion or intention:
they shall succeed
you shall not frighten me out of this
3expressing an instruction, command, or obligation:
every employer shall take all practicable steps to ensure the safety of employees
you shall not steal
4used in questions indicating offers or suggestions:
shall I send you the book?
shall we go?
Old English sceal, of Germanic origin; related to Dutch zal and German soll, from a base meaning ‘owe’