Simple Future Tense :
Simple Future Tense is used to talk about the future. Several different verb-forms can be used to talk about the future. Three common structures are….
(i) the shall / will (future)
(ii) the going to structure
(iii) the present continuous
1. I shall see you next month.
2. Who is going to take care of the child tomorrow?
3. My son and his wife are coming this evening.
These three structures do not hove identical meanings. The differences are rather difficult. It is not always easy to choose the correct form.
We are going to the U.S.A. next month. (It is already decided.)
1. I am going to have a difficult financial year.
2. I think it is raining this evening.
3. She is going to have a baby in June.
4. Your marriage will never fall if you keep buying her presents.
Note : We use either the present continuous or the present form am or are or is going to + infinitive to talk about future.
The usual ways of taking about the future are…
1. I will go to the market.
2. We will go to the market.
3. You will go to the market.
4. He will go to the market.
5. She will go to the market.
6. It will go to the market.
7. They will go to the market.
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