5 Sentences of Simple Future Tense

5 Sentences of Simple Future Tense

Future Simple Tense

You can use the Future Simple Tense, which is one of the most popular tenses in English and is widely used, for actions you plan to do in the future. Two basic auxiliary verbs should be used in the Future Simple Tense, these auxiliary verbs are “will” and “be going to”. The two have many distinguishing features, but both refer to the future. “Will” is used for verbs that occur more suddenly and during the speech, while “be going to” is used for previously planned events that are almost certain to happen.

How to Do Future Simple Tense?

To use the Future Simple Tense properly, you should learn the sentence sequences of the auxiliary verbs “will” and “be going to”. In cases where “will” is used, the subject-verb-object rule in English should be followed. First, the subject should be used, then “will” should be used, and then the verb is used in its original form and plainly. The same rule applies to negative sentences, the only difference between positive and negative sentences is the “note” suffix.

When using “be going to”, the auxiliary verb “be” in the pattern turns into one of the auxiliary verbs “am”, “is” or “are”. (You should know that “I” takes the auxiliary verb “am”; “is” is used for He, She and It; “are” is used for You, We and They. It will be sufficient to add “not” to the auxiliary verb “be”.

5 Sentences of Simple Future Tense

1.She is going to prepare the emails after the meal.

2.Chris dropped his wallet, I will get it and give it to him.

3.Will you come with me on a city tour of Paris tomorrow?

4.Will Jane be able to get to the party in time?

5.Are you going to buy a new house?