What Is Simple Future?
Since in English we do not have a specific verb form for the future, as opposed to the past form, we add a modal verb, 'will', to show that the action will happen in the future. Remember that the modal verb comes before the main verb. Let us take a look at the following examples:
As you can see, the base form of the verb comes after the modal verb.
Always remember that we use the base form of the main verb for all subjects, even with the third-person singular. Look at the examples below:
The 'simple future' tense is used in many different contexts in English, however, we want to talk about some of its main uses as listed below:
When we want to talk about an action or event that is going to happen in the future, we use the 'simple future' tense. Carefully study the following examples:
When we want to promise someone we will or will not do something, we can use the 'simple future' tense. Take a look at the following examples:
You can use this structure to give someone hope. Look at the examples below:
As you can see, 'll is the short form of 'will'.
Another use of the 'simple future' tense is to make an offer. We mostly use positive sentences here. Let us look at some examples:
When we want to request something or ask someone to do us a favor, we use the 'simple future' tense. Take a quick look at the examples below: