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What is the future will tense?
The future will tense is used to describe four different future possibilities.
This tense can be called future will or future simple.
What is the first use of future will?
Future will is used to describe a spontaneous decision made at the moment of speaking.
Speaker One – “I am going to the cinema tonight”
Speaker Two – “Good idea, I will go with you”
When we make a decision about the future at the moment of speaking we use will to tell the listener our decision.
If we have already made a decision about the future before we speak we use going to, click here for more information on how to use going to.
What is the second use of future will?
Future will used to express a promise.
“I promise, I will finish the work tomorrow”.
A promise is something that will or will not be done; click here for the full definition of promise.
It does not matter when we made our decision about the promise, now or in the past, promises always use will.
What is the third use of the future will?
Future will is also used to express a future fact.
Tomorrow is my birthday; I will be 50 years old.
When we think about the future can never be sure because plans can change.
However when we are 100% sure of a future fact we use will.
What is the fourth use of future will?
Future will is used to express our opinions of what might happen in the future.
I think they will win the final game tomorrow.
In this use we can use words like, think, perhaps & maybe.
Future Will or Future Simple is used to express:
- A spontaneous decision made at the moment of speaking
- A promise.
- A future fact.
- A future opinion.
How do I construct future will simple?
Future will is very easy to construct.
Subject + will + infinitive verb + rest of sentence.
I/he/she/it/we/you/they will go to the cinema with you.
Subject + will not (won’t) + infinitive verb + rest of sentence.
I/he/she/it/we/you/they won’t go to the cinema with you.
Will + infinitive verb + subject + rest of question.
Will I/he/she/it/we/you/they go to the cinema with me?
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Published December 2016
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