自2010年至今的四级考试中， 共出现过 次
自2010年至今的六级考试中， 共出现过 次
MODAL (用在疑问句中，与I和we连用表示提出或征求意见) You use shall with 'I' and 'we' in questions in order to make offers or suggestions, or to ask for advice.
Shall I get the keys?...
I bought some lovely raisin buns at the bakery. Shall I bring you one with some tea?...
MODAL (通常与 I 和 we 连用)将要，将会 You use shall, usually with 'I' and 'we', when you are referring to something that you intend to do, or when you are referring to something that you are sure will happen to you in the future.
We shall be landing in Paris in sixteen minutes, exactly on time...
我们将于 16 分钟后准时在巴黎降落。
I shall sail out on the twenty-second...
我将于 22 日启航。
MODAL (与I和we连用，在演讲或文章中用于引出将要讨论或解释的内容)后面要，下文会 You use shall with 'I' or 'we' during a speech or piece of writing to say what you are going to discuss or explain later.
In Chapter 3, I shall describe some of the documentation that I gathered...
We shall refer here to three significant trends that arose in the previous decade...
这里我们将提及过去 10 年中出现的 3 个显著趋势。
MODAL (通常指按照规则或法律规定)必须，一定，将 You use shall to indicate that something must happen, usually because of a rule or law. You use shall not to indicate that something must not happen.
The president shall hold office for five years...
总统将任职 5 年。
The Security Council shall decide what measures shall be taken to restore peace and security...
MODAL (通常与 you 连用)可以，能够 You use shall, usually with 'you', when you are telling someone that they will be able to do or have something they want.
Very well, if you want to go, go you shall...
'I want to hear all the gossip, all the scandal.' — 'You shall, dearie, you shall!'
MODAL (用于 look forward to 和 hope 之类的动词前表示语气的委婉) You use shall with verbs such as 'look forward to' and 'hope' to say politely that you are looking forward to something or hoping to do something.
Well, we shall look forward to seeing him tomorrow...
I shall hope to see you in my office, young lady, and we'll review your portfolio.
MODAL (表示可能的结果或后果)应该，就会 You use shall when you are referring to the likely result or consequence of a particular action or situation.
When big City firms cut down on their entertainments, we shall know that times really are hard...
This is our last chance and we shall need to take it if we are to compete and survive.