The word is "shall." British influence Takes place of using "will" "shall" suggests a future tense.
1. I shall see you tomorrow.
2. I shall indeed.
3. We shall all go to dinner later.
4. Shall we have some drinks?
I use this in my regular speaking because I tend to be more formal. You will commonly find "shall" in legal type of documents. It doesn't sound weird if you use it in daily speaking. I think you will find well educated and/or those with exposure to the this style, will favor using "shall."
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