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FUTURE TENSE

SIMPLE FUTURE TENSE

SIMPLE FUTURE TENSE WITH AFFIRMATIVE SENTENCES.

LET’S UNDERSTAND THE RULES

POSITIVE: SUB + WILL BE + OBJECT (BE VERB)

POSITIVE: SUB + WILL + HAVE + OBJECT (TO HAVE)

POSITIVE: SUB + WILL + VERB 1 + OBJECT (ACTION VERBS)

LET’S SEE THE EXAMPLES

(BE VERB)

I will be protective of her.(I – WILL BE)

She will be attentive in the classroom. (HE/ SHE /IT / SINGULAR NOUN- WILL BE)

We will be at home in the evening. (WE/ YOU/THEY/ PLURAL NOUN- WILL BE)

(TO HAVE)

I will have an iPhone.(I – WILL + HAVE)

She will have a boyfriend soon. (HE/ SHE /IT / SINGULAR NOUN- WILL + HAVE)

They will have prawnsfor dinner. (WE/ YOU/THEY/ PLURAL NOUN- WILL + HAVE)

SIMPLE FUTURE TENSE WITH NEGATIVE SENTENCES.

LET’S UNDERSTAND THE RULES

NEGATIVE: SUB + WILL + NOT +BE + OBJECT (BE VERB)

NEGATIVE: SUB + WILL NOT + HAVE + OBJECT (TO HAVE)

NEGATIVE: SUB + WILL NOT + VERB 1 + OBJECT (ACTION VERBS)

LET’S SEE THE EXAMPLES

(BE VERB)

I will be protective of her. (I – WILL NOT BE)

She will be attentive in the classroom. (HE/ SHE /IT / SINGULAR NOUN- WILL NOT BE)

We will be at home in the evening. (WE/ YOU/THEY/ PLURAL NOUN- WILL NOT BE)

(TO HAVE)

I will not have an iPhone.(I – WILL NOT + HAVE)

He will not have a girlfriend soon. (HE/ SHE /IT / SINGULAR NOUN- WILL NOT + HAVE)

They will not have fish for dinner. (WE/ YOU/THEY/ PLURAL NOUN- WILL NOT + HAVE)

(ACTION VERBS)

I will not receive a gift tonight? (I – WILL NOT + VERB 1)

She will not kick you out of her life? (HE/ SHE /IT / SINGULAR NOUN- WILL NOT + VERB 1)

They will not send you an email? (WE/ YOU/THEY/ PLURAL NOUN- WILL NOT + VERB 1)

SIMPLE FUTURE TENSE WITH INTERROGATIVE SENTENCES.

LET’S UNDERSTAND THE RULES

INTERROGATIVE: WILL + SUB + BE + OBJECT? (BE VERB)

INTERROGATIVE: WILL + SUB + HAVE + OBJECT? (TO HAVE)

INTERROGATIVE: WILL + SUB + VERB 1 + OBJECT? (ACTION VERBS)

LET’S SEE THE EXAMPLES

(BE VERB)

I will not be protective of her.(I – WILL BE)

She will not be attentive in the classroom. (HE/ SHE /IT / SINGULAR NOUN- WILL BE)

We will not be at home by evening. (WE/ YOU/THEY/ PLURAL NOUN- WILL BE)

(TO HAVE)

Will I have a PC?(I – WILL + HAVE)

Will he have a girlfriend soon? (HE/ SHE /IT / SINGULAR NOUN- WILL + HAVE)

Will they have paneer butter masalaat dinner? (WE/ YOU/THEY/ PLURAL NOUN- WILL + HAVE)

(ACTION VERBS)

Will I receive a gift tonight?(I – WILL + VERB 1)

Will she kick you out of her life? (HE/ SHE /IT / SINGULAR NOUN- WILL + VERB 1)

Will they send you an email? (WE/ YOU/THEY/ PLURAL NOUN- WILL + VERB 1)

USAGES

  1. WHEN WE TALK ABOUT WHAT WE BELIEVE OR THINK WILL HAPPEN IN THE FUTURE.
  • Mr Modi will solve the Kashmir issue.
  • Mr Mukesh will bring name and fame to his family.
  • They will show their enemies down, by hook or by crook.
  • She will expose her colleague for trapping her friend.
  • He thinks that he will become a star overnight.
  • We will move heaven and earth to get justice.

FUTURE PROGRESSIVE TENSE

FUTURE PROGRESSIVE TENSE WITH AFFIRMATIVE SENTENCES.

LET’S UNDERSTAND THE RULES

POSITIVE: SUB + WILL BE + HAVE + ING + OBJECT (TO HAVE)

POSITIVE: SUB + WILL BE + VERB + ING + OBJECT (ACTION VERBS)

LET’S SEE THE EXAMPLES

(TO HAVE)

I will be having a date tonight.(I – WILL BE + HAVE + ING)

It will be a problem in the future. (HE/ SHE /IT / SINGULAR NOUN- WILL BE + HAVE + ING)

You will be having a party tomorrow. (WE/ YOU/THEY/ PLURAL NOUN- WILL BE + HAVE + ING)

(ACTION VERBS)

I will be discussing this with him in some time.(I – WILL BE + VERB + ING)

He will be sitting next to you. (HE/ SHE /IT / SINGULAR NOUN- WILL BE + VERB + ING)

We will be cooking lunch today. (WE/ YOU/THEY/ PLURAL NOUN- WILL BE + VERB + ING)

FUTURE PROGRESSIVE TENSE WITH NEGATIVE SENTENCES.

LET’S UNDERSTAND THE RULES

NEGATIVE: SUB + WILL NOT + BE + HAVE + ING + OBJECT (TO HAVE)

NEGATIVE: SUB + WILL + NOT + BE + VERB + ING + OBJECT (ACTION VERBS)

LET’S SEE THE EXAMPLES

(TO HAVE)

I will not be having a date tonight.(I – WILL NOT + BE + HAVE + ING)

It will not be a problem in the future. (HE/ SHE /IT / SINGULAR NOUN- WILL NOT + BE + HAVE + ING)

You will not be having a party tomorrow. (WE/ YOU/THEY/ PLURAL NOUN- WILL NOT + BE + HAVE + ING)

(ACTION VERBS)

I will not be discussing it with him.(I – WILL NOT + BE + VERB + ING)

He will not be sitting next to you. (HE/ SHE /IT / SINGULAR NOUN- WILL NOT + BE + VERB + ING)

We will not be cooking lunch today. (WE/ YOU/THEY/ PLURAL NOUN- WILL NOT + BE + VERB + ING)

FUTURE PROGRESSIVE TENSE WITH INTERROGATIVE SENTENCES.

LET’S UNDERSTAND THE RULES

INTERROGATIVE: WILL + SUB + BE + HAVE + ING + OBJECT? (TO HAVE)

INTERROGATIVE: WILL + SUB + BE + VERB + ING + OBJECT? (ACTION VERBS)

LET’S SEE THE EXAMPLES

(TO HAVE)

Will I be having a date tonight?(I – WILL BE + HAVE + ING)

Will it be a problem in the future? (HE/ SHE /IT / SINGULAR NOUN- WILL BE + HAVE + ING)

Will you be having a party tomorrow? (WE/ YOU/THEY/ PLURAL NOUN- WILL BE + HAVE + ING)

(ACTION VERBS)

Will I be discussing this with him in some time?(I – WILL BE + VERB + ING)

Will he be sitting next to you? (HE/ SHE /IT / SINGULAR NOUN- WILL BE + VERB + ING)

Will we be cooking lunch today? (WE/ YOU/THEY/ PLURAL NOUN- WILL BE + VERB + ING)

USAGES

  1. TO EXPRESS AN ACTION THAT IS EXPECTED TO TAKE PLACE IN THE NORMAL COURSE. FOR EXAMPLES –
  • Mr Chauhan will be visiting Rajasthan, soon.
  • They will be consulting with a good doctor, for Mr Rajesh’s heart problem.
  • He will be contesting the election next time.
  • The public will be fighting against corruption in upcoming years.
  • He will be helping his father financially.
  • It will be raining here for the next two days.
  1. TO TALK ABOUT THE ACTIONS WHICH WILL BE IN PROGRESS AT A TIME IN THE FUTURE. FOR EXAMPLE –
  • Tomorrow, I will be writing a blog this time.
  • He will be bringing groceries when you will be cooking.
  • I will be grappling with situations during the next week.
  • On the 26th of next month, we will be travelling.
  • I will be making him understand before father comes.
  • Shreya will be making coffee when guests arrive.

FUTURE PERFECT TENSE

FUTURE PERFECT TENSE WITH AFFIRMATIVE SENTENCES.

LET’S UNDERSTAND THE RULES

POSITIVE: SUB + WILL HAVE + BEEN + OBJECT (BE VERB)

POSITIVE: SUB + WILL HAVE + HAD ( 3rd FORM OF HAVE) + OBJECT (TO HAVE)

POSITIVE: SUB + WILL HAVE + VERB 3 + OBJECT (ACTION VERBS)

LET’S SEE THE EXAMPLES

(BE VERB)

I will have been at the mall by 2 o’clock. (I – WILL HAVE + BEEN)

It will have been useless in 4 years.(HE/ SHE /IT / SINGULAR NOUN- WILL HAVE + BEEN )

They will have been sick of you.(WE/ YOU/THEY/ PLURAL NOUN- WILL HAVE + BEEN )

(TO HAVE)

I will have an egg with brown bread for breakfast.(I – WILL HAVE + HAD)

He will have had a bath by 1 pm. (HE/ SHE /IT / SINGULAR NOUN- WILL HAVE + HAD)

We will have fought the party. (WE/ YOU/THEY/ PLURAL NOUN- WILL HAVE + HAD)

(ACTION VERBS)

I will have accomplished my project by the evening.(I – WILL HAVE + VERB 3)

It will have finished before sunset. (HE/ SHE /IT / SINGULAR NOUN- WILL HAVE + VERB 3)

We will have reached there by lunchtime. (WE/ YOU/THEY/ PLURAL NOUN- WILL HAVE + VERB 3)

FUTURE PERFECT TENSE WITH NEGATIVE SENTENCES.

LET’S UNDERSTAND THE RULES

NEGATIVE: SUB + WILL NOT HAVE + BEEN + OBJECT (BE VERB)

NEGATIVE: SUB + WILL NOT HAVE + HAD ( 3rd FORM OF HAVE) + OBJECT (TO HAVE)

NEGATIVE: SUB + WILL NOT HAVE + VERB 3 + OBJECT (ACTION VERBS)

LET’S SEE THE EXAMPLES

(BE VERB)

I will not have been at the mall by 2 o’clock. (I – WILL NOT HAVE + BEEN)

It will not have been useless in 4 years. (HE/ SHE /IT / SINGULAR NOUN- WILL NOT HAVE + BEEN)

They will not have been sick of you. (WE/ YOU/THEY/ PLURAL NOUN- WILL NOT HAVE + BEEN)

(TO HAVE)

I will not have had an egg with brown bread for breakfast.(I – WILL NOT HAVE + HAD)

He will not have had a bath by 1 pm. (HE/ SHE /IT / SINGULAR NOUN- WILL NOT HAVE + HAD)

We will not have fought the party. (WE/ YOU/THEY/ PLURAL NOUN- WILL NOT HAVE + HAD)

(ACTION VERBS)

I will not have accomplished my project by the evening.(I – WILL NOT HAVE + VERB 3)

It will not have finished before sunset. (HE/ SHE /IT / SINGULAR NOUN- WILL NOT HAVE + VERB 3)

We will not have reached there by lunchtime. (WE/ YOU/THEY/ PLURAL NOUN- WILL NOT HAVE + VERB 3)

FUTURE PERFECT TENSE WITH INTERROGATIVE SENTENCES.

LET’S UNDERSTAND THE RULES

INTERROGATIVE: WILL HAVE + SUB + BEEN + OBJECT? (BE VERB)

INTERROGATIVE: WILL + SUB + HAVE + HAD ( 3rd FORM OF HAVE) (TO HAVE)

INTERROGATIVE: WILL HAVE + SUB + VERB 3 + OBJECT? (ACTION VERBS)

LET’S SEE THE EXAMPLES

(BE VERB)

Will I have been at the mall by 2 o’clock? (I – WILL HAVE + BEEN)

Will it have been useless in 4 years? (HE/ SHE /IT / SINGULAR NOUN- WILL HAVE + BEEN)

Will they have been sick of you? (WE/ YOU/THEY/ PLURAL NOUN- WILL HAVE + BEEN)

(TO HAVE)

Will I have an egg with brown bread for breakfast?(I – WILL HAVE + HAD)

Will He have a bath by 1 pm? (HE/ SHE /IT / SINGULAR NOUN- WILL HAVE + HAD)

We will have fought the party? (WE/ YOU/THEY/ PLURAL NOUN- WILL HAVE + HAD)

(ACTION VERBS)

Will I have accomplished my project by the evening?(I – WILL HAVE + VERB 3)

Will it be finished before sunset? (HE/ SHE /IT / SINGULAR NOUN- WILL HAVE + VERB 3)

Will we have reached there by lunchtime? (WE/ YOU/THEY/ PLURAL NOUN- WILL HAVE + VERB 3)

USAGES

TO EXPRESS AN ACTION THAT IS EXPECTED TO BE COMPLETED BY A CERTAIN TIME IN THE FUTURE.

  • I will have convinced him before he leaves home.
  • They will have reached Pune by 10 pm, next evening.
  • He will have broken the ice before anyone else starts the conversation.
  • Mr Rakesh will have gone to celebrate Diwali before the festival starts.
  • He will have the house constructed before next winter.
  • They will have got shifted somewhere else, by the end of this year.

FUTURE PERFECT PROGRESSIVE TENSE

FUTURE PERFECT PROGRESSIVE TENSE WITH AFFIRMATIVE SENTENCES.

LET’S UNDERSTAND THE RULES

POSITIVE: SUB + WILL HAVE + BEEN + VERB + ING + OBJECT (ACTION VERBS)

LET’S SEE THE EXAMPLES

(ACTION VERBS)

I will have been working for the rest of my life. (I – WILL HAVE + BEEN + VERB + ING)

He will have been training you on IELTS for 3 months from now. (HE/ SHE /IT / SINGULAR NOUN- WILL HAVE + BEEN + VERB + ING)

We will have been living in London for 20 years. (WE/ YOU/THEY/ PLURAL NOUN- WILL HAVE + BEEN + VERB + ING)

FUTURE PERFECT PROGRESSIVE TENSE WITH NEGATIVE SENTENCES.

LET’S UNDERSTAND THE RULES

NEGATIVE: SUB + WILL NOT + HAVE + BEEN + VERB + ING + OBJECT (ACTION VERBS)

LET’S SEE THE EXAMPLES

(ACTION VERBS)

I will not have been working for the rest of my life. (I – WILL NOT HAVE + BEEN + VERB + ING)

He will not be training you on TOEFL for 3 months from now. (HE/ SHE /IT / SINGULAR NOUN- WILL NOT HAVE + BEEN + VERB + ING)

We will not have been living in Kolkata for 20 years. (WE/ YOU/THEY/ PLURAL NOUN- WILL NOT HAVE + BEEN + VERB + ING)

FUTURE PERFECT PROGRESSIVE TENSE WITH INTERROGATIVE SENTENCES.

LET’S UNDERSTAND THE RULES

INTERROGATIVE: WILL + SUB + HAVE + BEEN + VERB + ING + OBJECT? (ACTION VERBS)

LET’S SEE THE EXAMPLES

(ACTION VERBS)

Will I have been working for the rest of my life? (I – WILL HAVE + BEEN + VERB + ING)

Will he have been training you on IELTS for 3 months from now? (HE/ SHE /IT / SINGULAR NOUN- WILL HAVE + BEEN + VERB + ING)

Will we have been living in India for 20 years? (WE/ YOU/THEY/ PLURAL NOUN- WILL HAVE + BEEN + VERB + ING)

USAGES

  1. TO EXPRESS AN ACTION THAT THATlunchtimesunsetthe 1 pmLL BE IN PROGRESS OVER A WHILE AND THAT WILL END IN THE FUTURE.
  • This Sunday, he will have been cleaning the house for seven days.
  • Next year, they will have been working together for three years.
  1. TO EXPRESS AN ACTION THAT WILL BE IN PROGRESS OVER A WHILE AND THAT WILL END IN THE FUTURE.
  • This Sunday, he will have been cleaning the house for seven days.
  • Next year, they will have been working together for three years.

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