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Simple Future Tense | Definition, formula & examples

Simple future tense.

Tense which means time in this article we study simple future tense. Future does not mean Present or Past. It refers to a period after now means coming time.

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Simple means not continuous or perfectFuture means upcoming time.Time, period, or age.

Simple future tense definitions:

Definition: it talks about an action that will happen in the future at a particular time.

Example:

  • I will call you tomorrow.
  • He will pick me up at the noon.

In these two sentences, the action is supposed to happen in the upcoming time.  Like in the first sentence the person I will do the action tomorrow. In the second sentence. The subject will perform the pick-up at noon which is still on the way, and not yet reached.

The auxiliary verb ‘will & shall’ + base form of the verb is used.

Simple future tense Formula

1. Positive formula/structure.

Doer of  the sentenceHelping  verb Auxiliary verbDynamic verb main verbTime phrase
Subject  +    willBase of the verb        Tomorrow.
I will find the answertomorrow.

Subject + auxiliary verb (will or shall) + main verb (the present participle) + object/complement.

e.g.

  • He will write a letter tomorrow.
  • She shall come home.
  • I will watch the new film.
  • They will work hard.
  • We shall find the question.

2. Negative formula/structure.

Doer of  the sentenceHelping  verb Auxiliary verbNotDynamic verb main verbTime phrase
Subject willNotThe base form of the verb        Tomorrow.
Iwill notfind the answertomorrow.

Subject + auxiliary verb (will) + not + main verb (base form) + object/complement.

  • He will not write a letter tomorrow.
  • She shall not come home.
  • I will not watch the new film.
  • They will not work hard.
  • We shall not find the question.

3. Interrogative formula/structure.

Helping  verb Auxiliary verbDoer of  the sentenceDynamic verb main verbTime phraseQuestion
mark  
will     WillSubject  +  Base form the verb        Tomorrow.“?”
will I find the answertomorrow?

Auxiliary verb (will) + subject + main verb (base form of the verb) + object/complement.

  • Will he write a letter tomorrow?
  • Will she come to the home?
  • Shall we find the question?
  • Will I watch the new film?
  • Will they work hard?

4. Negative/ interrogative formula

Helping verb+ notDoes the sentence
subject
Dynamic verb
main verb
Time phrase +?
will + nothe, she, it, they, we, I & youthe base form of the verbsince when & until +?
Won’t she find the answer tomorrow?

Auxiliary verb (will + not) + subject + main verb (base form of the verb) + object/complement

  • Will not he write a letter tomorrow?
  • Will not she come to the home?
  • Shall not we find the question?
  • Won’t I watch the new film?
  • Will not they work hard?

Simple future tense exercise.

Fill in the blanks correctly. Use simple future tense.

  • He___________ football tomorrow. (Play)
  • She ___________cook the food.( cook)
  • They __________ breakfast. ( bring)
  • We _________ him on time. ( call )
  • You ________ the cell phone by tomorrow.( get)
  • I ________ never_______ him the truth.(tell)
  • Kamran________punish the guilty.(will)
  • Shumaila ________ the books on time.( bring)
  • Kamran and Shumaila _________ out bill.(check )
  • We ___________them tomorrow.(unite)
  • He and she __________ the door at the end.( close)
  • You _________ the reality until tomorrow.
  • Karachi ‘s team _________the match.( win).
  • She _____________the teacher about fine.( ask).
  • We _____________ the rule willingly. ( manage)

check out the answers and make your sentences correct.

He will play football tomorrow. (Play)
She will cook the food. ( cook)
They will bring breakfast. ( bring)
We will call him on time. ( call )
You will get the cell phone by tomorrow. ( get)
I will never tell him the truth. (tell)
Kamran will punish the guilty. (will)
Shumaila will bring the books on time. ( bring)
Kamran and Shumaila will check out the bill. (check )
We will unite them tomorrow. (unite)
He and she will close the door at the end. ( close)
You will know the reality until tomorrow. ( know)
Karachi’s team will win the match. ( win).
She will ask the teacher about her fine. ( ask).
We will manage the rule willingly. ( manage)

True and false.

Put ‘t’ for true sentence & ‘f’ for false sentence according to simple future tense.

  1. I will called the man.
  2. She shall fine the answers.
  3. he will be a director.
  4. You will got the position.
  5. They finish the game tomorrow.
  6. Juniper can asked the question.
  7. Expert will solve the matter.
  8. We calls the customer.
  9. She will find out the errors.
  10. The United Kingdom will be developed.
  11. The crew manage the conflict.
  12. Soon, we will learn English.
  13. The man will found the fault.
  14. We will learn English last year.
  15. Kamran will treat the man.

check out the correct answers and rectify your one. True and false.

  1. I will called the man. false
  2. She shall fine the answers. True
  3. he will be a director. True
  4. You will got the position. false
  5. They finish the game tomorrow. false
  6. Juniper can asked the question. false
  7. Expert will solve the matter. True
  8. We calls the customer. false
  9. She will find out the errors. True
  10. The United Kingdom will be developed. True
  11. The crew manage the conflict. false
  12. Soon, we will learn English. True
  13. The man will found the fault. false
  14. We will learn English last year. True
  15. Kamran will treat the man. True

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