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principle of iqra law academy , try on this email address:
mohsin_ehsan_llm@yahoo.com
I went to both academies, believe me Iqra law academy for civil judge preparation is really the best academy.. mustaq mohal just read and translates the text in urdu. but Sir. Mohsin Ehsan Interprets and Explains the law in true sense. then i figured out that mushtaq mohal is just LL.b and he did his ll.b (in fact 2 year LL.b) about 20 years ago. and sir. mohsin from Iqra law Academy is LL.M from Punjab University and he him self passed the C.J exams. really the true and best academy for Civil Judge prep is Iqra Law Academy.
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I went to both academies, believe me Iqra law academy for civil judge preparation is really the best academy.. mustaq mohal just read and translates the text in urdu. but Sir. Mohsin Ehsan Interprets and Explains the law in true sense. then i figured out that mushtaq mohal is just LL.b and he did his ll.b (in fact 2 year LL.b) about 20 years ago. and sir. mohsin from Iqra law Academy is LL.M from Punjab University and he him self passed the C.J exams. really the true and best academy for Civil Judge prep is Iqra Law Academy.
yeah you are very right. quality speaks itself it doesn't need for any advertisement.
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yeah you are very right. quality speaks itself it doesn't need for any advertisement.
Is there any way to get benefit from this academy virtually?

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where is Iqra law academy situated,???
infact i am living in Rwp. would any body plz guide from where in pindi i get good couching of civil judge exams
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isnt it too late to join any academy??
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isnt it too late to join any academy??
if you want to join then dont think you are late

but in my opinion if you are a practicing lawyer then dont go academy it would not make any difference and read bare acts at home..!!
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is there any acadmay in hyderabad sindh??
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Shall and Will
The main use of the auxiliary verbs will and shall is to form the future tense. For example:

I will arrive on Tuesday.
I shall arrive on Tuesday.
However, these days, the use of shall to form the future tense is becoming rarer (especially in the US), and it is safe to use will every time. In fact, to say it's "safe to use will every time" is understating the case. Unless you're asking a question (more on that below), it is largely expected (particularly in the US).

That said, it might be useful to know the traditional rules for using will and shall because you never know when you might have to showcase your grammar skills or write to an audience of grammar pedants.
Forming the Future Tense with Will in Shall
(Traditional Rules)
The traditional rules for forming the future tense with will and shall are:

Person Pronoun
Noun Future Tense Example
1st Person
Singular I shall I shall be there soon.
2nd Person
Singular You will You will be there soon.
3rd Person
Singular He, She,
It will He will be there soon.
1st Person
Plural We shall We shall be there soon.
2nd Person
Plural You will You will be there soon.
3rd Person
Plural They will They will be there soon.

Just to reiterate though, it is okay to use will in every instance.

Unfortunately, this topic doesn't end there.
Conveying a Sense of Importance or Duty with Will and Shall
If something is to happen in the future and you want to convey the idea that it must definitely happen (especially out of a sense of duty), then it all switches. In other words, it goes like this:

Person Pronoun
Noun Future Tense Example
1st Person
Singular I will I will attend the meeting.
2nd Person
Singular You shall You shall attend the meeting.
3rd Person
Singular He, She,
It shall He shall attend the meeting.
1st Person
Plural We will We will attend the meeting.
2nd Person
Plural You shall You shall attend the meeting.
3rd Person
Plural They shall They shall attend the meeting.

Look at these examples:

I will guarantee your safe passage.
(If this were just the future tense (i.e., without any sense of duty attached), then, in the land of pedants, it should read "I shall guarantee…." As it doesn't, the use of will could convey a sense of duty to some of your readers. However, the overwhelming majority of your readers are likely to think that you've just opted for will over shall as a way of forming the future tense. In other words, they won't give it a second thought.)

You shall ask a question on recruitment at the end of the presentation.
(If this were just the future tense (i.e., without any sense of duty attached), then it should read "You will ask…." Again, for some of your readers, the use of shall could convey a sense of duty, but it won't for most.)
Nowadays, this is just a point of academic interest. Very few of your readers are likely to spot that you've switched from will to shall (or vice versa) to convey a sense of importance or duty.

Shall Is Still Used in Questions
From what you've read so far, you might be getting the idea that shall is on its last legs as a word. You might be thinking it's hot on the heels of whom to reach the word graveyard where words like hither and whence have lain to rest. However, that's not accurate. Shall is alive and well when it comes to questions posed in the first person (i.e., with I and we). For example:

Shall I talk in a Scottish accent during the meeting?
What shall we talk about?
Was that the dog? Shall I open the window?
Will and Shall in Contractions
When talking or writing informally, you might not have to worry about whether to use shall or will because the contractions are likely to be the same. Here they are:

Full Versions Contraction
I shall
I will I'll
You shall
You will You'll
He/She/It shall
He/She/It will He'll / She'll / It'll
We shall
We will We'll
You shall
You will You'll
They shall
They will They'll

This overlap does not occur with will not and shall not (the negative versions).
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