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English Grammar

Future Tense


Structure of Future Tense

Subject + will + V1 + (Object)

When do we use Future Tense

When the situation is going to happen in the future.

  • I will go to see the doctor next week.
  • John will not be able to move until next month due to his injury.
  • Will you marry me?
  • She will fly to India next year.

Must know about Future Tense

  • The short form of will is 'll
    • I will --> I'll
    • He will --> He'll
  • The short from of will not is won't
    • I will --> I won't
    • He will --> He won't
  • Looking for a "clue word" for future tense such as next week, next month, anymore

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