English Language Languages

Simple Future Tense in English

Future Simple Tense is used to express an action that will occur or happen in the future. It is used to describe an action that will happen in the near or far future after being said about it by the speaker.

Structure of the Future Simple Tense

Main Verb:  Base or 1st form of the verb
Auxiliary verbs: “will”

Positive Future Simple Tense

Subject + Auxiliary verb + Main Verb + Object

Subject + Will + Base or 1st form of verb + Object

Examples:
– She will come to school tomorrow.
– He will buy a mobile at the end of this month.
– He will take her exam at the end of this year.
– I will meet him in his office tomorrow.
– We will shift to a new house next week.
– I will give her a nice gift.
– They will send us a mail.
– She will marry her next month.
– She will give me mobile as a gift on my birthday.
– She will go to Paris next week.
– She will get admission in a new school.

Negative Future Simple Tense

Subject + Auxiliary verb + NOT + Main Verb + Object

Subject + Will + NOT + Base form of verb + Object

Examples:
– She will not buy a mobile.
– He will not come to school.
– They will not play football.
– I will not go to school tomorrow.
– She will not study this book.
– You will not need any help.
– They will not solve the problem.
– Student will not appear in the exam this year.
– They will not help you.
– She will not sing a song.

The short form of ‘will not‘ is ‘won’t‘. Therefore, the negative sentences can also be written with ‘won’t‘ instead of ‘will not‘.

See the following example:

  • He will not go to school.
  • He won’t go to school.

Interrogative Sentences

Auxiliary verb + Subject + Main Verb + Object

Will + Subject + Base form of verb + Object

Examples:
-Will they send her an invitation card?
-Will he marry her?
-Will they buy a new car?
-Will you help me?
-Will she call me tomorrow?
-Will he bring some fruits for the guest.
-Will you come here?
-Will she go to school tomorrow?
-Will they go to Paris the next year?
-Will they plan about starting a business?

See Also
Past Simple Tense
Present Simple Tense

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