FUTURE TENSES

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Future tenses

We can use future tenses:

  • To describe things that have yet to happen

 

Will (Future Simple)

We use it when we talk about plans for the future that we are not sure will come true. We use Future Simple when we make promises, offer help or express our assumptions.

Subject + will + verb + The rest

I will do my homework

I will not do my homework

Will I do my homework?

 

Be going to

The phrase to be going to means „I am going to”.It is a structure that we use to talk about the future, but it is not a structure in the future.

Subject + „to be” + going + to + verb + The rest

I am going to go to Spain.

I am not going to go to Spain.

Am I going to go to Spain?

 

Present Continuous

We use this time when we want to talk about something that is already configured in the future. Steps have been taken to this.

Subject + am/is/are + verb – ing + The rest

We are leaving for our trip tomorrow.

We are not leaving for our trip tomorrow.

Are we leaving for our trip tomorrow?

 

Present Simple

We use it when we are talking about timetables for buses, trains, planes, timetables, schedules, etc.

Subject + verb + The rest

We leave at 7 in the morning.

We do not leave at 7 in the morning.

Do we leave at 7 in the morning?

 

Future Continuous

We use it to describe activities that will take place in the future.

Subject + will + be + verb – ing + The rest

Sara will be dancing at the show tomorrow.

Sara will not be dancing at the show tomorrow.

Will Sara be dancing at the show tomorrow?

 

Future Perfect Simple

We use it when we are talking about an activity that will be completed at some point in the future.

Subject + will + have + verb – ed / III form + The rest

Mark will have finished repairing the motorcycle by the end of the day.

Mark will not have finished repairing the motorcycle by the end of the day.

Will Mark have finished repairing the motorcycle by the end of the day?

 

Future Perfect Continuous

we use to speak of an ongoing activity that will end in the future. We use this time to emphasize the length of a given activity.

Subject + will + have + been + verb – ing + The rest

I will have been working for 3 hours.

I will not have been working for 3 hours.

Will I have been working for 3 hours?

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The future tenses | 4 Future tenses in English and how to use them | Oxford House Barcelona

 

 

 

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