μέλλει [10 verses] (verb 3rd sg pres ind act) "Shall" is from mello, which means to "be destined or likely to," "might have, " "must surely have," "to be about to," "to be always going to do," "delay," and "to put off." -- - (WW) "Shall" is a Greek verb, which means "to be destined or likely to," "to be about to do something," or "to intend to" or "to have in mind to." This is not the future tense of the following verb, but the active verb in the clause. The following verb is an infinitive. Jesus only uses this verb in ten verses;