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Thursday, 23 October 2014

Simple Future Tense

Simple Future Tense

The Simple Future tense is used when we plan or make a decision to do something. Nothing is said about the time in the future.
POSITIVE STATEMENTS
SUBJECT
WILL
VERB
REST OF THE SENTENCE
I
will
read
the story book tomorrow.
You
will
read
the story book tomorrow.
He
will
read
the story book tomorrow.
Mohan
will
read
the story book tomorrow.
The boy
will
read
the story book tomorrow.
She
will
read
the story book tomorrow.
Pooja
will
read
the story book tomorrow.
The girl
will
read
the story book tomorrow.
We
will
read
the story book tomorrow.
You
will
read
the story book tomorrow.
They
will
read
the story book tomorrow.
The children
will
read
the story book tomorrow.

SUBJECT
AM / IS / ARE GOING TO
VERB
REST OF THE SENTENCE
I
am going to
read
the story book tomorrow.
You
are going to
read
the story book tomorrow.
He
is going to
read
the story book tomorrow.
Mohan
is going to
read
the story book tomorrow.
The boy
is going to
read
the story book tomorrow.
She
is going to
read
the story book tomorrow.
Pooja
is going to
read
the story book tomorrow.
The girl
is going to
read
the story book tomorrow.
We
are going to
read
the story book tomorrow.
You
are going to
read
the story book tomorrow.
They
are going to
read
the story book tomorrow.
The children
are going to
read
the story book tomorrow.
Notice how we use ‘will’ or ‘going to’ and the verb in the base form for all subjects.
NEGATIVE STATEMENTS
SUBJECT
WILL NOT
VERB
REST OF THE SENTENCE
I
will not
play
football next week.
You
will not
play
football next week.
He
will not
play
football next week.
Mohan
will not
play
football next week.
The boy
will not
play
football next week.
She
will not
play
football next week.
Pooja
will not
play
football next week.
The girl
will not
play
football next week.
We
will not
play
football next week.
You
will not
play
football next week.
They
will not
play
football next week.
The children
will not
play
football next week.

SUBJECT
AM / IS / ARE
NOT GOING TO
VERB
REST OF THE SENTENCE
I
am not going to
play
football next week.
You
are not going to
play
football next week.
He
is not going to
play
football next week.
Mohan
is not going to
play
football next week.
The boy
is not going to
play
football next week.
She
is not going to
play
football next week.
Pooja
is not going to
play
football next week.
The girl
is not going to
play
football next week.
We
are not going to
play
football next week.
You
are not going to
play
football next week.
They
are not going to
play
football next week.
The children
are not going to
play
football next week.
Notice how we use ‘will not’ or ‘not going to’ and the verb in the base form for all subjects.
INTERROGATIVE STATEMENTS / QUESTIONS
WILL
SUBJECT
VERB
REST OF THE SENTENCE
Will
I
go
to Mumbai next month?
Will
you
go
to Mumbai next month?
Will
he
go
to Mumbai next month?
Will
Mohan
go
to Mumbai next month?
Will
the boy
go
to Mumbai next month?
Will
she
go
to Mumbai next month?
Will
Pooja
go
to Mumbai next month?
Will
the girl
go
to Mumbai next month?
Will
we
go
to Mumbai next month?
Will
you
go
to Mumbai next month?
Will
they
go
to Mumbai next month?
Will
the children
go
to Mumbai next month?

AM / IS / ARE
SUBJECT
GOING TO
VERB
REST OF THE SENTENCE
Am
I
going to
go
to Mumbai next month?
Are
you
going to
go
to Mumbai next month?
Is
he
going to
go
to Mumbai next month?
Is
Mohan
going to
go
to Mumbai next month?
Is
the boy
going to
go
to Mumbai next month?
Is
she
going to
go
to Mumbai next month?
Is
Pooja
going to
go
to Mumbai next month?
Is
the girl
going to
go
to Mumbai next month?
Are
we
going to
go
to Mumbai next month?
Are
you
going to
go
to Mumbai next month?
Are
they
going to
go
to Mumbai next month?
Are
the children
going to
go
to Mumbai next month?

What is Simple Future Tense?

FUTURE SIMPLE

USE: We use FUTURE SIMPLE to talk about an action or a situation which will be true or will happen in the future time.
Example:
- The global economy will be better soon.
- The Earth will become hotter and hotter.
- I will call you tomorrow.
FORMULA
Positive Sentence:
Subject + will/shall + infinitive + object/complement
Example:
- The announcement will release tomorrow on the newspaper.
- We shall meet each other at the restaurant near my place.
- They will paint their house with new color.
Negative Sentence:
Sub + will/shall + not + infinitive + obj/comp
Example:
- The police will not arrest non-mistake people.
- It will not have heavy rain tonight.
- Foreign government shall not supply food to the refugees next week.
Contractions:
will not = won’t
shall not = shan’t
Question:
Will/Shall + sub + infinitive + obj/comp ?
Example:
- Shall we meet at 2:00 this afternoon?
- Will you fly to Canada this evening?

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