Future Simple Tense

Future Simple Tense

An action which will happen in  future is called the future indefinite tense. For example, “I will go to college tomorrow”, in this sentence the person intends to go to college tomorrow.

Rules. Auxiliary verb “will” is used in sentence. 1st form of the verb is used as main verb in sentence.

also read - modal verb will

Structure of sentence

Positive sentence
       •Subject + will + 1st form of the verb + object 
Examples:
       I will attend the workshop  tomorrow.
       They will admire you.
 

Negative sentence
      • Subject + will +not + (short contraction)1st form of the verb + object 
Examples:
           I will not/won't  attend the workshop tomorrow.
           They won't  admire you.

Interrogative sentence
      • Will + subject + 1st form of the verb + object 

Note: Interrogative sentence starts with auxiliary verb “will”.
Examples:
      Will i attend the workshop tomorrow?
      Will they admire you?

Negative Interrogative Sentence

  • Won't + subject + 1st form of the verb + object 

Examples:

      Won't i attend the workshop tomorrow?
      Won't they admire you?

Want to study further? Click on any of the following tenses.

PRESENT TENSE

PAST TENSE

FUTURE TENSE

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