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Kinds of Tenses Tense Table
Simple Present Present Continuous Present Perfect Present Perfect Continuous
Simple Past Past Continuous Past Perfect Past Perfect Continuous
Simple Future Future Continuous Future Perfect Future Perfect Continuous
Present Conditional Tense Conditional Sentences
SIMPLE FUTURE TENSE

Simple Future tense is used to express an action which has not occurred yet and will occur after saying or in future. Nothing is said about the time in the future.

Structure for Simple Future

subject auxiliary verb main verb
subject shall/will base form
I shall go to college.

Structure for Negative sentence

subject auxiliary verb main verb
subject shall/will + not base form
I shall not go to college.

Structure for interrogative sentence

auxiliary verb subject main verb
Shall/Will subject base form
Will you go to college?

The Simple Future tense is used when we plan or make a decision to do something in future.

We normally use the simple future tense to:

express an action which has not occurred yet.
express an action will occur after saying or in future.
  USES OF SIMPLE FUTURE TENSE
The simple future is used for an action that has to take place:
 
Examples
I shall /will see him tomorrow.
Tomorrow will be Sunday.
When the future in colored with intention, the going to + infinitive construction is preferred:
 
Examples
He is going to build a new house.
She is going to sold an old car.
We often use the future simple tense with the verb to think before it:
 
Examples
I don't think I will buy that car.
I think I will have a holiday next year.
I think I will go to the gym tomorrow.
We often use the future simple tense to make a prediction about the future:
 
Examples
It will rain tomorrow.
Who do you think will get the job?
People won't (=will not) go to Marsh before the 22nd century.
When the main verb is be, we can use the future simple tense even if we have a firm plan or decision before speaking:
 
Examples
Will you be at office tomorrow?
I will be in Canada tomorrow.
I am going shopping. I won't (=will not) be very long.
We use the future simple tense when there is no plan or decision to do something before we speak. We make the decision spontaneously at the time of speaking:
 
Examples
Hold on. I will get a paper.
We will see what we can do to help you.
Maybe we will stay in and watch movie tonight.
SIMPLE FUTURE TENSE TABLE
AFFIRMATIVE NEGATIVE INTERROGATIVE
I shall go. I shall not go. Shall I go?
You will go. You will not go. Will You go?
We shall go. We shall not go. Shall we go?
He/she will go. He/she will not go. Will he/she go?
They will go. They will not go. Will they go?
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Kinds of Tenses Tense Table
Simple Present Present Continuous Present Perfect Present Perfect Continuous
Simple Past Past Continuous Past Perfect Past Perfect Continuous
Simple Future Future Continuous Future Perfect Future Perfect Continuous
Present Conditional Tense Conditional Sentences