Simple Future Tense



Simple Future Tense :



Simple Future Tense is used to talk about the action which will take place in the future and about things that haven’t happened yet.

1. Next year, he will direct a film.
2. Tomorrow evening, he will come.
3. In one hour, we will go to the city.
4. In next few days, they will buy a new house.
5. He will be in position to pay the fines.

The formula for this tense is ….

Subject of the verb + will / shall + verb.

Both the singular and plural nouns / pronouns can be used as the subject of the verb.

First form of the verb is used in all the types of sentences in future tense. Positive, negative and interrogative sentences in future tense use only the first form of the verb.

Positive Sentences :

1. They will bring their books to the school.
2. The teacher will provide the needed answer-sheets to the students.
3. The King will sort out your grievances.
4. The film will release in few days.
5. He will pay the fees today evening.
6. My parents will get me a car by the end of this year.
7. You will become a master after the completion of this course.
8. He will heed you only after few months.
9. She will buy vegetables only in this shop.
10. They will type their own letters.

Negative Sentences :

11. They will not bring their books to the school.
12. The teacher will not provide the needed answer-sheets to the students.
13. The King will not sort out your grievances.
14. The film will not release in few days.
15. He will not pay the fees today evening.
16. My parents will not get me a car by the end of this year.
17. You will not become a master after the completion of this course.
18. He will not heed you only after few months.
19. She will not buy vegetables only in this shop.
20. They will not type their own letters.

Interrogative Sentences :

21. Will they bring their books to the school?
22. Will the teacher provide the needed answer-sheets to the students?
23. Will the king sort out your grievances?
24. Will the film release in few days?
25. Will he pay the fees today evening?
26. Will my parents not get me a car by the end of this year?
27. Will you become a master after the completion of this course?
28. Will he heed you only after few months?
29. Will she buy vegetables only in this shop?
30. Will they type their own letters?

The other tenses in English are….

  1. Simple Present Tense
  2. Simple Past Tense
  3. Simple Future Tense
  4. Present Continuous Tense (Present Progressive Tense)
  5. Past Continuous Tense (Past Progressive Tense)
  6. Future Continuous Tense (Future Progressive Tense)
  7. Present Perfect Tense
  8. Past Perfect Tense
  9. Future Perfect Tense
  10. Present Perfect Continuous Tense (Present Perfect Progressive)
  11. Past Perfect Continuous Tense (Past Perfect Progressive)
  12. Future Perfect Continuous Tense (Future Perfect Progressive)


RELATED PAGES :



  1. Tenses in English Grammar
  2. Main Tenses
  3. Different Forms of Tenses
  4. Twelve Tenses in English
  5. Forms of The Tenses and Indicative Mood
  6. Tenses and Active Voice
  7. Tenses and Passive Voice
  8. Sequence of Tenses
  9. Tenses
  10. Tenses in English
  11. Continuous Forms of English Tenses
  12. The Three Perfect Tenses
  13. The Progressive Perfect Tenses


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