Hello readers, in this article various forms of simple future tense examples are discussed to help you understand how the simple future tense is used in English communication. But, before going into that, let us first discuss the structure and rules of the simple future tense.
Simple Future Tense
The simple future tense is used in the sentences where the action will take place at some time in the future.
Structure: Subject + Will/Shall + verb 1 (V1) + Object
Example: I shall meet you tomorrow.
Simple Future Tense Examples
- He will play Cricket in the evening.
- Martin will complete his studies in 2020.
- They will go on a world tour next month.
- We shall be late for the show.
Tip: Future tense can be used in sentences that contain the words tomorrow, next week, soon, later, after, etc.
When are will and shall used?
Traditionally, Shall is used with the first person pronouns (I and We) and Will is used with the second and third-person pronouns (he, she, It, and they). However, when expressing something certain, will can be used with the first person pronouns and shall can be used with the second and third-person pronouns.
- We will not tolerate such behavior.
- They shall go to the Museum.
Examples of Simple Future Tense – four forms
You can express Simple Future Tense in any of the following four ways in written or oral communication
Positive : Subject + Will/Shall + V1 + Object
Positive Interrogative : Will/Shall +Subject + V1 + Object?
Negative : Subject + Will/Shall not + V1 + Object
Negative Interrogative : Will/Shall not + Subject + V1 + Object?
If we take an example “I shall meet you tomorrow”, the following are the four forms:
- I shall meet you tomorrow.
- Shall I meet you tomorrow?
- I shall not meet you tomorrow.
- Shall I not meet you tomorrow?
Exercise: Let us write all the four forms for the examples of simple future tense given below
- The government will not allow that drug in the market.
- Will you go on a flight?
- The Prime Minister shall speak to the ambassador in a while.
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