The future tense is the verb tense used to describe a future event or state of being. The four future tenses are the simple future tense, the future progressive tense, the future perfect tense, and the future perfect progressive tense. This page contains examples of the future tense and has an interactive and printable exercise worksheet.
There are four different forms of the future tense, namely:
Simple Future Tense-
A simple future tense is a verb form that generally marks the event described by the verb as not having happened yet, but expected to happen in the future.
The structure of the simple future tense:
1. It is also used to denote facts or events of certainty
2. It is used to give a warning or take a spontaneous decision
3. To express readiness/ interest
4. Make an offer or suggestion using ‘shall’
5. To give an invitation to someone
6. To give an order to someone
Usage of Simple Future tense-
Subject + Will + Base form of the verb
For example: Sakshi will walk to the office tomorrow.
Subject + Will not/Won’t + Base form of the verb
For example: Sakshi will not walk to the office tomorrow.
Will + Subject + Base form of the verb
For example: Will Sakshi walk to the office tomorrow?
Won’t + Subject + Base form of the verb
For example: Won’t Sakshi walk to the office tomorrow?