The simple future tense is also called will, because we make the simple future tense with the modal helping verb will.
How we can make the Simple Future Tense?
This is the structure of the simple future tense:
helping verb WILL
V first form
For negative sentences in this tense, we add not between the helping verb and main verb. For interrogative or question sentences, we only need to exchange the subject and helping verb. Here are some example with the simple future tense:
at university tomorrow.
on fix time?
When we use the simple future tense in speaking, we also we often contract the subject and helping verb:
he will she will
he’ll she’ll it’ll
For negative sentences in this tense, we need to contract helping verb won’t, like this:
I will not
you will not
he will not
she will not
it will not
she won’t it
we will not
they will not
How we use the Simple Future Tense?
We use this tense when there is no plan or decision to do anything before we talk or speak. We make the decision at the time of talking/speaking. Here are some examples:
they will see what they can do to help
Maybe I will stay in and watch television
Hold on. HE will get a
In the above examples, we had no firm plan before speaking or talking. The decision is made at the time of talking.
We also use the simple future tense with having verb to think before it:
I think I will go to the Karachi
I think I will play football
I don’t think I will buy that mobile
We often use this tense to make a prediction about the future. Again, and there is no firm plan. We are saying what we think and what will happen. And we have some examples:
It will snow
Peoples won’t go to Kashmir before the 22nd
Who do you think will get the work?
When main verb is be, we have to use the simple future tense even if we have a firm plan or decision before talking. For Examples: