If you are around my age, you were probably taught the shall/will distinction in English class. For those of more recent vintage, let me explain this curiosity of usage.
Shall, we were instructed, is proper for first person singular and plural, will for second and third. I shall look into it. Shall we dance? You will note the distinction. He, she, and they will observe it….
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