Future Simple Tense (Future Indefinite)
Definition: The future simple tense refers to a time later than now(current time) or simply we can say refers to some event in the future time.
In modern English will is preferred to shall for making tense. Shall is rarely used with I and we to make an offer or suggestion.
1. You will help him later.
2. You will meet Ram tonight.
Definition in Hindi For Indian Users:
पहचान: इन वाक्यों के अंत में गा /गे /गी आता है।
वे खेलने जायेंगे।
सीता पढने जायेगी।
This Tense Can Be Used In 7 Cases:
1. Express a voluntary action:
Here, the speaker or writer will do something voluntarily. It’s often used when responding to someone else’s request or complaint. You use “will not”, “shall not” when you want to refuse to do the action.
1. I will print the papers when they are ready.
2. I’ll prepare breakfast.
3. I will not waste money.
4. I shall mend the fence.
2. Express a condition:
You can use “will” or “be going to” to make a prediction about the future.
1. It is going to be a great holiday.
2. The president will visit the town.
3. Express a promise:
You use “will” when making a promise.
1. I will be careful.
2. Yes, I will marry you.
3. I’ll come to the meeting on time.
4. For the actions/events that will happen in future.
1. India will play cricket tomorrow.
2. They will go college tomorrow.
5. Future Simple tense can be used to make a prediction about the future.
1. It will rain tomorrow.
2. We won’t go to Jupiter before the 22nd century.
6. It can be used when there is no plan or decision to do something.
1. I will see what I can do to help them.
2. Maybe we’ll stay in and watch television tonight.
7. Future action with “be” as main verb.
1. He will be in college tomorrow.
2. Will he be at work tomorrow?
Rule For How To Make Tense:
If Sub= I, You, Singular(एकवचन) or Plural(बहुवचन) [Same Rule for all Subjects]
1. Sub+will/would+Verb 1st form
2. Sub+won’t/wouldn’t+Verb 1st form
3. How+will/would+Sub+Verb 1st form
4. Why+won’t/wouldn’t+Sub+Verb 1st form
Note: In Future simple tense we can use will or would whatever we want.
Speaking in Stress or loudly: Sub+will+Verb 1st form [in this case only will can be used]
Sentence using Never : Sub+will/would+never+Verb 1st form
- I will give him money.
- He will buy the toys.
- They will encourage the people.
- We will see everything there.
- Her sister will become a professor.
- She will not meet me.
- I will not recognize him.
- We will not promise him anything.
- The children will not understand the lesson.
- The doctor will not cure the patient.
- Will they play a trick?
- Will the government not support poor?
- How will you forgive him?
- When will they reach their destination?
- What will you get from it?