are followed by such expressions as
be glad, be sorry, be
happy, be delighted, be pleased, etc.,
in the first person, and
in the second person. If
is used in the first person, it would mean that
you are determined to
be glad, be sorry, etc
is used in the second and
third persons, it would mean that you are compelling someone
to be glad, be
To the right are the accepted ways of using such expressions:
I shall be glad to see her today.
We shall be sorry to see her leave.
You will be happy to win the prize.
He will be pleased to come to dinner tonight.
( not shall)