shall

listen to the pronunciation of shall
Englisch - Türkisch
(fiil) malı
{f} malı
söz verme
Yo
Gelecek zaman kipinde kullanılır: I shall bolt the door. Kapıyı sürgüleyeceğim
Kararlılık belirtir: I pledge my
Hür bırakılacaklarına hayatım üzerine ant içerim
I pledge my life that they shall be free
kaçınılmazlık belirtir
-acak
gelecek zaman kipini teskil eden yardımcı fiil
- acak
(`I' ve `we' ile öneri belirtir) -eyim mi
(kural/yasa/emir/söz belirtir) -ecek
(yardımcı fiil olarak) -ecek
-elim mi
emir
kararlılık
Ne gerekirse vereceğim
yardımcı f. (should)
ecek
meli
acak
emir belirtir
shall I
yapayım mı
shall I
edeyim mi
shall we
yapalım mı

Biz bir kartopu savaşı yapalım mı? - Shall we have a snowball fight?

Şimdi başka bir şey yapalım mı? - Shall we do something else now?

shall we
edelim mi

Kahve içerken sohbet edelim mi? - Shall we talk about it over a cup of coffee?

Biraz daha tuz ilave edelim mi? - Shall we add a bit more salt?

shall i go?
miyim gitmek?
shall we
gidelim mi

Kahve ya da bir şey içmeye gidelim mi? - Shall we go to drink coffee or something?

Litvanya'ya gidelim mi? - Shall we go to Lithuania?

shall we dance
eder biz dans
shall İ
-eyim mi, -ayim mi, yapayım mi, edeyim mi
shall i wait
bekleyeyim mi
shall not be violated
(Kanun) ihlal edilemez
shall we find a nice place to go
gidecek güzel bir yer bulalım mı
should
{f} malı

Yanlış malı geri göndermemiz gerekiyor mu? - Should we send back the wrong merchandise?

should
a gereklilik
should
malıydı
should
{f} olursa

Bana herhangi bir şey olursa, buraya bakabilirsiniz. - If anything should ever happen to me, you can look here.

Okumaktan asıl maksadın ne olursa olsun, kitaplar sana her zaman memnuniyet ve tatminkârlık duygusu verecektir. - No matter what your main purpose is in reading, books should never fail to provide contentment and satisfaction.

should
Eğer gelirse c şaşkınlık
should
başka kim olabilir?
shalt
thou ile eceksin
should
Manevi zorunluluk gösterir: I think I should go. Gitsem iyi olur galiba. Why shouldn't I go? Niçin gitmeyeyim. You should
should
If he should come
should
-meli
should
Kim geldi bil bakalım
should
meli
should
You should visit your sick friend
should
Hasta arkadaşını ziyaret etmen gerekir b şarta baglılık
should
yardımcı f
hollow shall
içi boş mil
should
gerekir
should
gerekmek

Yangın durumunda 119'u tuşlamanız gerekmektedir. - In case of fire, you should dial 119.

Çoraplar uygun boyutta olması gerekmektedir. - Stockings should be of the proper size.

should
-malı
should
(öneri ya da gereklilik belirtir) -meli
as you sow so you shall reap
(Atasözü) Ne ekersen onu biçersin
should
gerekirdi
that shall be my care
benim bakım olacak
what shall we do now
şimdi ne yapacağız
distributor drive shall
(Otomotiv) distributor mili
driven shall
hareket ettirici mil
i shall
-ceğim
it shall apply from ... to ..
(Avrupa Birliği) den ... e kadar uygulamada kalır
it shall expire on
(Politika, Siyaset) süresi tarihinde dolar
it shall expire on .
(Avrupa Birliği) uygulama süresi ... tarihinde dolar
member states shall abstain from ..
(Avrupa Birliği) üye devletler ..den kaçınırlar
member states shall retain the right
(Avrupa Birliği) üye devletler.. Hakkını saklı tutar
shalt
eski
should
ise
should
meliydi
they shall apply these provisions from ..
(Avrupa Birliği) bu hükümleri .. den itibaren uygularlar
they shall forthwith inform the commission thereof
(Avrupa Birliği) Komisyonu durumdan derhal haberdar eder
this decision shall take effect on
(Avrupa Birliği) bu karar ... tarihinden itibaren geçerlidir
this regulation shall be binding in its entirety and directly applicable in the
(Avrupa Birliği) Bu Tüzük üye devletlerde bütünüyle bağlayıcıdır ve doğrudan uygulanır
this regulation shall enter into force on
(Avrupa Birliği) Bu tüzük ... tarihinde yürürlüğe girer
Englisch - Englisch
To owe
Used similarly to indicate determination or obligation, particularly in the second and third persons singular and plural

obligation): Citizens shall provide proof of identity.

Used before a verb to indicate the simple future tense, particularly in the first person singular or plural

I shall sing in the choir tomorrow.

Used in questions to suggest a possible future action

Shall we go out later?.

The same relation is transferred to either second or third person in such phrases as "You say, or think, you shall go;" "He says, or thinks, he shall go
{f} will; intend to, plan to; must, be obliged to (auxiliary verb used to form the future tense)
" After a conditional conjunction (as if, whether) shall is used in all persons to express futurity simply; as, if I, you, or he shall say they are right
After a conditional conjunction (as if, whether) shall is used in all persons to express futurity simply; as, if I, you, or he shall say they are right
"Do you require or promise his going?"
politeness 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
Indicates that a statement is mandatory
You use shall to indicate that something must happen, usually because of a rule or (Hukuk) You use shall not to indicate that something must not happen. The president shall hold office for five years
"Do you require or promise his going?" answer, "He shall go"
This has the same meaning as that given above for must
"I shall go"
It is also employed in the language of prophecy; as, "the day shall come when
shall WEAK STRONG Shall is a modal verb. It is used with the base form of a verb
The term shall denotes a mandatory requirement
As an auxiliary, shall indicates a duty or necessity whose obligation is derived from the person speaking; as, you shall go; he shall go; that is, I order or promise your going
In shall with the first person, the necessity of the action is sometimes implied as residing elsewhere than in the speaker; as, I shall suffer; we shall see; and there is always a less distinct and positive assertion of his volition than is indicated by will
The same relation is transferred to either second or third person in such phrases as "You say, or think, you shall go;"
Will, v
answer, "He shall go"
In a question, the relation of speaker and source of obligation is of course transferred to the person addressed; as, "Shall you go?"
To owe; to be under obligation for
If a document or user agent conflicts with this statement, it does not conform to this specification
It thus ordinarily expresses, in the second and third persons, a command, a threat, or a promise
Deleted
Should is everywhere used in the same connection and the same senses as shall, as its imperfect
Indicates a requirement that is necessary or essential to meet the currently accepted standards of protection of Federal rules and regulations
implies nearly a simple futurity; more exactly, a foretelling or an expectation of my going, in which, naturally enough, a certain degree of plan or intention may be included; emphasize the shall, and the event is described as certain to occur, and the expression approximates in meaning to our emphatic "I will go
"He says, or thinks, he shall go
Cf
since a promise or threat and an authoritative prophecy nearly coincide in significance
Is used to state mandatory requirements [From §110 3(p)]
Shall indicates legal compulsion
It also expresses duty or moral obligation; as, he should do it whether he will or not
Is mandatory
To be obliged; must
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 I shall know more next month, I hope I shall miss him terribly
Used to indicate destiny or certainty
If the auxillary be emphasized, the command is made more imperative, the promise or that more positive and sure
You use shall, usually with `you', when you are telling someone that they will be able to do or have something they want. `I want to hear all the gossip, all the scandal.' --- `You shall, dearie, you shall!'
Shall may be used elliptically; thus, with an adverb or other word expressive of motion go may be omitted
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
In the early English, and hence in our English Bible, shall is the auxiliary mainly used, in all the persons, to express simple futurity
" In a question, the relation of speaker and source of obligation is of course transferred to the person addressed; as, "Shall you go?" (answer, "I shall go"); "Shall he go?" i
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? Shall I telephone her and ask her to come here? Well, shall we go? Let's have a nice little stroll, shall we? What shall I do?
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
"I shall go" implies nearly a simple futurity; more exactly, a foretelling or an expectation of my going, in which, naturally enough, a certain degree of plan or intention may be included; emphasize the shall, and the event is described as certain to occur, and the expression approximates in meaning to our emphatic "I will go
(answer, "I shall go"); "Shall he go?"
Denotes a mandatory requirement Exemptions from contractual and regulatory requirements are obtained through the process described in Document 2 3, "LLNL Exemption Process," in the ES&H Manual
" since a promise or threat and an authoritative prophecy nearly coincide in significance
Mandatory and required (3)
                 Term used to indicate provisions that are mandatory within the code
as you sow, so shall you reap
The personal consequences of one's actions are in proportion to the good or bad intentions towards others
seek and ye shall find
something can be found if it is looked for
should
Will likely (become or do something); indicates that the subject of the sentence is likely to execute the sentence predicate

You should be warm enough with that coat.

should
A variant of would

If our friends, the Scarecrow and the Tin Woodman, were only with us, said the Lion, I should be quite happy..

should
A statement of what should be the case as opposed to what is the case
should
Be obliged to; have an obligation to; ought to; indicates that the subject of the sentence has some obligation to execute the sentence predicate

You should brush your teeth every day.

should
Used to form the future tense of the subjunctive mood, usually in the first person

It was a long weary time, for the Boy was too ill to play, and the little Rabbit found it rather dull with nothing to do all day long. But he snuggled down patiently, and looked forward to the time when the Boy should be well again, and they would go out in the garden amongst the flowers and the butterflies and play splendid games in the raspberry thicket like they used to.

speak of the devil and he shall appear
Alternative form of speak of the devil
shalt
{v} the second person singular of shall
should
{v} auxiliary, denoting intention or duty
We Shall Overcome
a protest song written in 1960 by Pete Seeger to an old traditional tune, which was especially popular during the civil rights movement in the US, when it was often sung by large crowds at meetings and on protest marches. It is still sung by groups of people who are fighting against unfair laws or unfair governments
and the wolf shall dwell with the lamb
there will be peace even between the fiercest of enemies (Biblical prophecy)
he shall be presumed
he is bound to, he is obligated to
if the mighty have succumbed how shall the weak emerge unscathed?
if the big ones are that way what can you expect from the younger ones?
if the sky falls we shall catch larks
clever answer given to annoying hypothetical questions
let us eat and drink for tomorrow we shall die
live for the moment for life is transient, seize the day
let us eat and drink, for tomorrow we shall die
let's enjoy life now because it is too short
man shall not live by bread only
men need varied things in order to survive, man cannot survive on only the bare minimum of sustenance
man shall not live on bread alone
people need many different things in order to have a good and healthy life
nation shall not lift up sword against nation
countries shall not go to battle against one another (Biblical)
seek and you shall find
ask and you will be answered, if you search actively you will find what you are looking for
shalt
{f} (Grammar) will; intend to, plan to; must, be obliged to (auxiliary verb used to form the future tense)
shalt
2d per
shalt
of Shall
shalt
Second-person singular present form of shall
shalt
shalt WEAK STRONG Shalt is an old-fashioned form of shall. Thou shalt not kill. A second person singular present tense of shall. thou shalt a phrase meaning 'you shall', used when talking to one person
shalt
sing
should
sholde
should
The speaker-but not necessarily the subject of the sentence-intends for the subject to execute the sentence predicate
should
You use should to give someone an order to do something, or to report an official order. All visitors should register with the British Embassy The European Commission ruled that British Aerospace should pay back tens of millions of pounds
should
You use should in questions when you are asking someone for advice, permission, or information. Should I or shouldn't I go to university? Please could you advise me what I should do? Should I go back to the motel and wait for you to telephone?
should
Used as an auxiliary verb, to express a conditional or contingent act or state, or as a supposition of an actual fact; also, to express moral obligation (see Shall); e
should
The term should describes a recommendation based on sound health and safety practices
should
they should have come last week; if I should go; I should think you could go
should
emphasis You use should in expressions such as You should have seen us and You should have heard him to emphasize how funny, shocking, or impressive something that you experienced was. You should have heard him last night!
should
Indicates a suggested way to meet but not mandatory
should
Devrait Conseil Désir You should study The snow should start right away
should
{f} must (indicating duty or obligation); would (softening the statement); would be (expressing the conditional nature of the connected statement)
should
If a document or user agent conflicts with this statement, undesirable results may occur in practice even though the document or user agent conforms to this specification
should
Indicates an advisory recommendation that is to be applied when practicable
should
You use should when you are saying that something is probably the case or will probably happen in the way you are describing. If you say that something should have happened by a particular time, you mean that it will probably have happened by that time. You should have no problem with reading this language The doctor said it will take six weeks and I should be fine by then
should
You use should in conditional clauses when you are talking about things that might happen. If you should be fired, your health and pension benefits will not be automatically cut off Should you buy a home from Lovell, the company promises to buy it back at the same price after three years
should
You use should in `that' clauses after certain verbs, nouns, and adjectives when you are talking about a future event or situation. He raised his glass and indicated that I should do the same My father was very keen that I should fulfill my potential
should
Describes something which is generally accepted as good practice and is recommended
should
vagueness You use should in expressions such as I should think and I should imagine to indicate that you think something is true but you are not sure. I should think it's going to rain soon
should
The subject of the sentence is likely to execute the sentence predicate
should
With respect to implementations, the word "should" is to be interpreted as an implementation recommendation, but not a requirement With respect to documents, the word "should" is to be interpreted as recommended programming practice for documents and a requirement for Strictly Conforming XHTML Documents
should
be included
should
From rfc2119: 'This word, or the adjective "RECOMMENDED", mean that there may exist valid reasons in particular circumstances to ignore a particular item, but the full implications must be understood and carefully weighed before choosing a different course '
should
Indicates a recommendation
should
If you say that something should have happened, you mean that it did not happen, but that you wish it had. If you say that something should not have happened, you mean that it did happen, but that you wish it had not. I should have gone this morning but I was feeling a bit ill You should have written to the area manager again I shouldn't have said what I did
should
Denotes a recommended practice Can also indicate a desirable or best-management practice Written justification for declining to implement a "should" statement is not required
should
You use should when you are saying what would be the right thing to do or the right state for something to be in. I should exercise more The diet should be maintained unchanged for about a year He's never going to be able to forget it. And I don't think he should Sometimes I am not as brave as I should be Should our children be taught to swim at school?
should
politeness You use should in expressions such as I should like and I should be happy to show politeness when you are saying what you want to do, or when you are requesting, offering, or accepting something. I should be happy if you would bring them this evening
should
The term used to state recommended or advisory procedures or identify recommended equipment (2)
should
If; in case of
should
should WEAK STRONG Should is a modal verb. It is used with the base form of a verb
should
If a document or user agent conflicts with this statement, undesirable results may occur in practice even though it conforms to this specification
should
You say `I should', usually with the expression `if I were you', when you are giving someone advice by telling them what you would do if you were in their position. I should look out if I were you!
should
               Term used to indicate provisions which are not mandatory but which are desirable as good practice
should
Is used to state recommended or advisory procedures or identify recommended equipment [From §110 3(q)]
the Lord is my shepherd I shall not want
as long as I am guided by God I will have everything that I need (biblical)
the righteous shall flourish like a palm
the good will be successful
they that sow in tears shall reap in joy
those who suffer by working hard will reap the rewards of this in later life
shall

    Türkische aussprache

    şäl

    Aussprache

    /ˈsʜal/ /ˈʃæl/

    Etymologie

    [ sh&l, shal ] (verb.) before 12th century. From the O.E. sceal "I shall, I must, I owe, ought to, must"; past tense sceolde, "I should, ought". A common Germanic preterite-present verb from Proto-Germanic *skal-, *skul- meaning "to owe, be under obligation". Allied to O.E. scyld "debt, guilt" through the past tense sceolde. Compare Dutch zal.

    Gemeinsame Collocations

    shall be, shall we

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