Can we put "I will" instead of "I shall" -- all people
do it by putting the shortening "'ll" after "I".
Everybody understand. So we can. ;)
Simplification of English is a long life tendency.The
simpler you speak the bigger auditory listens to you. ;)
In English a great lot of words sound similarly, but the
context of the phrase usually gets the clue. Probably,
not only the context, but even the "melody" of phrase.
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