The simple future tense denotes an activity which will take place in the future, definite or indefinite.

 

The construction of the simple future tense:

shall + infinitive

will + infinitive

Examples of The simple future tense

I’ll come again next month.

She’ll come soon.

She’ll be back.

You’ll soon to on holiday.

They will wait for us.

Will is now used increasingly for the 1st person singular and plural.

Practice English language grammar with this test about the construction of future time.

Complete the sentence with verb to denote an action arranged or decided upon. going + infinitive


He ( ..to go .. ) to get a breakfast.

 

He's going ...
He will go ...

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Put sentence into future to denote future action : The present perfect tense


Call me up when shee (..to arrive..).

... she arrive.
... when arive.

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Put sentence into future using shortened form of the verb: Complete with The Future Perfect Tense



It's raining cats and dogs! wait until it (..to stop..).

..it has stopped.
.it stopped.

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Wrong!

Put sentence into future using shortened form of the verb:


He (..to let know...) you soon.

He'll see ....
He will see ....

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Put sentence into future using shortened form of the verb: Complete with The Future Perfect Tense


My neighbours will buy a new car as soon as they (..to save..) enough money

... they have saved ...
.. they save ...

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Put sentence into future using shortened form of the verb: Complete with The Future Perfect Tense


Afte I (..to finish..) my work, I'll go home.

I've finished
I'm finish

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Wrong!

Put sentence into future to denote future action : The present perfect tense


The bus (..to leave..) in the morning.

The bus leaves ...
The bus should leave ...

Correct!

Wrong!

Put sentence into future using shortened form of the verb:

We (...to go ...) to the football game tomorrow.

We'll go
We need to go

Correct!

Wrong!

Put sentence into future using shortened form of the verb:


I (.. to see..) her tomorrow.

I'll see...
I will see....

Correct!

Wrong!

Complete the sentence with verb to denote an action arranged or decided upon. going + infinitive


I (..to go..) to take a sleep.

I am going ...
I will go ...

Correct!

Wrong!

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BE + TO-INFINITIVE

Defective Verbs | Defective Verbs  in English language are - can, may, must, ought, should.Common characteristics of these verbs

GOING + TO-INFINITIVE

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The Future Perfect Tense

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The Present Perfect Tense

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The Future Progressive Tense

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The Simple Present Tense

Defective Verbs | Defective Verbs  in English language are - can, may, must, ought, should.Common characteristics of these verbs

The Present Progressive Tense

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