We often use will / won’t (will not) + infinitive for future predictions (to say things we think or know about the future), instant decisions, promises, offers and suggestions.
e.g. She (She’II) will be late;
She (will not) won’t be late.
e.g. I will have an ice-cream;
They (will not) won’t have an ice-cream.
e.g. I will tell you about that now.
I (will not) won’t tell anyone your secret.
e.g. I will help you with you;
I (will not) won’t help you with your homework.
e.g. Will you eat out with me today?
I (will not) won’t study about that, and you?
- We often use I think / I don’t (do not) think + will + infinitive.
i.e. I think he (he’II) will go out today;
i.e. I don’t (do not) think I will pass.
*Use Shall (NOT WILL) with I and WE for offers and suggestions when they are questions.
i.e. Shall I open the window now?
i.e. Shall we help you with that?