Simple future tense is used to express the actions in the future. These can be decisions, assumptions or predictions, etc. For example, It will be summer soon.
- next month
- in a month
- next week
Structure / Formula
Use this structure to make affirmative sentences.
Subject + will + Base form(V1) + object
Examples of positive sentences
- Julia will complete her assignment.
- He will attend the meeting tomorrow.
We use ‘not’ after auxiliary verb to make the sentence negative.
Subject + will + not + Base form(V1) + object
Examples of negative sentences.
- Julia will not complete her assignment.
- He will not attend the meeting tomorrow.
To make the question, auxiliary verb come at the start of the sentence and question mark at the end.
Will + subject + Base form(V1) + object + ?
Examples of question sentences.
- Will Julia complete her assignment?
- Will he attend the meeting tomorrow?
|Used to express predictions about future.||There will be next-generation robots in 2050.|
|To express future decisions.||I will attend a meeting next Monday.|
|To express promise or offer.||I will help you cook meal.|
|To express actions that are not in our control.||It will be Sunday tomorrow.|
- He will work to improve his communication skills.
- She will go to the market tomorrow.
- John will buy a torch.
- Shall I book a room for you?
- She will be 10 years old next week.
- They will go to the beach on the weekend.
- He will adore her.
- He will learn how to speak French.
- I will travel around the world.
- Will you marry me?
- I will call you back later.
- She will buy him a present.
- My bike won’t start. I will fix it.
- Will you help me with my homework?
- What shall I do next?