Simple Future Tense (Formula, Usage & Examples)

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.

Signal words

  • tomorrow
  • next month
  • in a month
  • next week

Structure / Formula

Positive Sentences

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.

Negative Sentences

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.

Question Sentences

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.

Example Sentences

  1. He will work to improve his communication skills.
  2. She will go to the market tomorrow.
  3. John will buy a torch.
  4. Shall I book a room for you?
  5. She will be 10 years old next week.
  6. They will go to the beach on the weekend.
  7. He will adore her.
  8. He will learn how to speak French.
  9. I will travel around the world.
  10. Will you marry me?
  11. I will call you back later.
  12. She will buy him a present.
  13. My bike won’t start. I will fix it.
  14. Will you help me with my homework?
  15. What shall I do next?
Simple Future Tense (Formula, Usage & Examples)
Simple Future Tense