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- (most dialects) shall; should; to be supposed to; expressing obligation or hearsay
- (most dialects, dated) will; shall; used to form the future tense
- The traditional singular present form is sall in most dialects, but soll is now predominant due to standard German influence.
- The past tense may have the same vowel as the present, or may have /ɔ/ instead of /o/.