Future simple

The future simple is used to talk about things that haven't happened yet.

Notes

We form the future simple by adding the word will to the base form of a verb.

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Future simple - Video

WATCH THE VIDEO AND REPEAT:

"WHAT WILL YOU DO TOMORROW? I WILL STUDY ENGLISH.

WHAT WILL YOU DO AFTER THAT? I WILL WATCH A FANTASY MOVIE. WHAT ABOUT YOU?

I WILL BE AT MY GRANDMA’S HOUSE AND I WILL HELP HER."

Future simple - Affirmative form

We form the future simple by adding WILL before the verb. Follow the structure PERSONAL PRONOUN + WILL + VERB (base form):

I WILL PLAY

YOU WILL PLAY

HE/SHE/IT WILL PLAY

WE WILL PLAY

YOU WILL PLAY

THEY WILL PLAY

 

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Future simple - Interrogative form

We use WILL to make questions too. Follow this structure: WILL + PERSONAL PRONOUN + VERB (base form) ?

WILLPERSONAL PRONOUNVERB
WILLIPLAY ?
WILLYOUPLAY ?
WILLHE/SHE/ITPLAY ?
WILLWEPLAY ?
WILLYOUPLAY ?
WILLTHEYPLAY ?

 

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Future simple - Negative form

We use WILL to make negatives and then we add NOT. Follow this structure: PERSONAL PRONOUN + WILL NOT/WON'T + VERB (base form)

Long formContracted form
I WILL NOT PLAYI WON'T PLAY
YOU WILL NOT PLAYYOU WON'T PLAY
HE/SHE/IT WILL NOT PLAYHE/SHE/IT WON'T PLAY
WE WILL NOT PLAYWE WON'T PLAY
YOU WILL NOT PLAYYOU WON'T PLAY
THEY WILL NOT PLAYTHEY WON'T PLAY

 

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