How to Use Shall to Ask Questions

Home » Listening » How to Use Shall to Ask Questions

Now let us see how to form a question using ‘shall’.

The formation of the question using ‘shall’

The sentence formation for asking a question using ‘shall’ is as follows:

  • Shall + I/we + base form of verb + other words + question mark (?)

Examples of ‘shall’ in questions

Let’s see how to use ‘shall’ in the sentences with some examples.

Here are some examples. The formation is as above.

Have a look-

  1. Shall I go to the market?
  2. Shall we cook sweets for us?
  3. Shall we come on Monday?
  4. Shall I eat an apple?
  5. Shall we solve English grammar exercises?
  6. Shall I play on the ground?
  7. Shall we go for a walk in the evening?
  8. Shall we study in the college library?
  9. Shall I work hard to achieve my goal?
  10. Shall we watch an airstrike documentary?
  11. Shall I buy a book for you?
  12. Shall we collect stamps?
  13. Shall I write a story of a genius country boy?
  14. Shall we clean our house tomorrow?
  15. Shall I inquire about the bus?
  16. Shall we purchase some vegetables?
  17. Shall I go by bus to my home town?
  18. Shall we read this magazine?
  19. Shall I have fun on a trip?
  20. Shall we have our own house?
  21. Shall I send you a message?
  22. Shall we receive him at the airport?
  23. Shall I reach there by 10 o’clock?
  24. Shall we solve that issue early?
  25. Shall I watch a cartoon movie?
  26. Shall we plan to go out next week?
  27. Shall I observe the lane?
  28. Shall we communicate with each other?
  29. Shall I drink hot water in the morning?
  30. Shall we save some money for the tour?

Related Lessons-

  1. Use of will
  2. Use of shall
  3.               negative sentences
  4. Use of shall questions
  5.                affirmative answers 

                                        Back          Next   

                           All Grammar Listening Lessons  

Hi, I am Madhuri Kherde, an educationist, ex-principal of a secondary school in Mumbai, and founder of EnglishLamp.com. I have been teaching English and Mathematics for the last thirty-four years. I like to share my knowledge and experience with others. So I hope you enjoy my posts on this website.