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Simple Future Tense

Definition: The Simple Future Tense, also known as Future Indefinite Tense, is used to describe an action which has not occurred yet and will occur in coming time. For example, "He will eat pizza tomorrow", in this sentence the person intends for eating pizza at the time of tomorrow. Simplest action in future is referred as Future Indefinite Tense. In short, these sentences express actions which will be done in future.

Rules: Helping verb "will" or "shall" is used in sentence. 1st form of verb is used as main verb in sentence

Structure of Sentence

Positive Sentence

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Examples

  1. You will learn typing.
  2. I shall buy a bike tomorrow.

Negative Sentence

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Examples

  1. You will not learn typing.
  2. I shall not buy a bike tomorrow.

Interrogative Sentence

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Examples

  1. Will you learn typing?
  2. Shall I buy a bike tomorrow?
  3. Where shall he sell his car?
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Interrogative Negative Sentence

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Examples

  1. Will our teacher not come tomorrow?
  2. Shall we not go to shool tomorrow?

Rule: Must put Question Mark (?) in the end of interrogative and negative interrogative sentences.

More Examples of Future Simple Tense

Positive Sentences

  1. He will start a business.
  2. She will send me a letter.
  3. I shall give you a pen tomorrow.
  4. Students will take exams at the end of semester.
  5. They will buy a new car.
  6. The Pattern of exam will change next year.
  7. Pakistan will win the match.
  8. I will take umbrella.

Negative Sentences

  1. He will not start a business.
  2. She will not send me a letter.
  3. I shall not give you a pen tomorrow.
  4. They will not buy a new car.
  5. The pattern of exam will not change next year.

Interrogative Sentences

  1. Will he start a business?
  2. Shall I give you a pen tomorrow?
  3. Will students take exams at the end of semester?
  4. Will the pattern of exam change next year?
  5. What will he gift you?

Interrogative Negative Sentences

  1. Will she not send me a letter?
  2. Will they not buy a new car?
  3. Shall we not take exams at the end of semester?


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List of all English Tenses

Below is list of all English tenses including the structure and explanation of usage of each tense:

Present Tense   →
  1. Present Simple (Indefinite) Tense
  2. Present Continuous Tense
  3. Present Perfect Tense
  4. Present Perfect Continuous Tense

Past Tense   →
  1. Past Simple (Indefinite) Tense
  2. Past Continuous Tense
  3. Past Perfect Tense
  4. Past Perfect Continuous Tense

Future Tense   →
  1. Future Indefinite (Simple) Tense
  2. Future Continuous Tense
  3. Future Perfect Tense
  4. Future Perfect Continuous Tense


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