Simple future tense – I will leave tomorrow. Progressive Future Tense - I will be leaving tomorrow.
The simple future is a verb tense that is used to discuss events that have yet to occur. Jen will read War and Peace this year. To talk about an activity or circumstance that will begin and conclude in the future, use the simple future.
I will meet him later (I'll ..)
You will come (you'll..)
It will rain tomorrow (it'll)
She will be late (she'll..)
He will help us later (he'll..)
We will get married in September (we'll)
They will cook dinner (they'll..)
As we know, grammar is just a guideline - it can be broken anytime and anywhere. But if you want to learn how to use future continuous tense, you can start with these simple examples: She is working on her book tonight. He will take his test tomorrow morning.
Some sentences in the future tense are easy to spot.
I will have written a new book by then.
We will be living in a world without any natural resources soon.
My son will have learned how to play chess by then.
I will be looking for a new job by next Friday.
#Future Tense: Some sentences in the future tense are easy to spot.#
Some sentences in the future tense are easy to spot, like "I will have written a new book by then." or "We will be living in a world without any natural resources soon."
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