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Simple future tense examples

Simple future tense examples

Simple Tense is used to express the actions that are take place in the future. It could relate to the actions that could happen both in the near as well as late future, it may or may not have any time reference is called simple future tense.

The simple future tense is Formula is subject +will/shall + first form of the verb.

Simple future tense examples

 Simple future tense examples :

POSITIVE FORM :

 Sub + (I, You, He, She, It, We, You, They ) + will + V1 ( First Form of Verb)

 I shall go.

He will come.

Ram will dance.

We shall Sing.

They will write.

NEGATIVE FORM 

 : Subject ( I, You, He, She, It, We, You, They ) + will not / won’t + V1 ( First Form of Verb )
Negative form:-
She will not go.
They will not watch.

I shall not come.

We shall not work hard.

You will not write.

Ram will not Sing.

You will not go to market.

QUESTION FORM :

: Will + Subject ( I, You, He, She, It, We, You, They ) + V1 ( First Form of Verb )
Positive questions:-

Will she go?

Will they watch?

Shall I come.?

Shall we work hard?

Will you write?

Will Ram sing?

Will you go to market?

NEGATIVE QUESTION FORM :

 : Will not / Won’t + Subject ( I, You, He, She, It, We, You, They ) + V1 ( First Form of Verb ):-
will not you go?

will not they watch?

shall not I come?

shall not We work hard?

Will not you write?

will not you go to market?

will not Ram Sing?

Simple future tense examples


SHORT ANSWER FORMS :


YES / NO + Subject ( I, You, He, She, It, We, You, They )+ will / will not (won’t)

*Will you go?

Yes I will go.

*Will She Dance?

No Sita will not Dance.

*Shall I come?

Yes you will come.

*Will they work hard?

Yes they will work hard.

The short form: 'll is very, very common, and is almost always used when speaking. It’s really much more natural to say 'I’ll' instead of 'I will’. Here’s some help with the pronunciation So you can also use for better understanding.

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