• I'd go for - Shall always be - but I'm not a linguist.
  • "shall always be" does sound better in this sentence, but again, sentence like "I shall be there tomorrow" is more correct than "I shall tomorrow be there"... Does anybody know whether there any grammar rules that regulate the placement of statements as to time in a sentence? I googled it - it is roughly 100,000 to 350,000 web-pages in favour of "shall always be"...
  • Neither of them. Shall goes with the first person, so it should be 'will always be'.

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