What are the examples of simple future tense?

The Simple Future Tense

  • 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..)

What is simple tense and examples?

The simple tense is a verb tense for past, present, and future events. The simple tense is outlined in the example below using a regular verb. Infinitive verb for example: to jump. Simple past: I jumped. Simple present: I jump.

What are the examples of present past and future tense?

Verb Tenses

Simple Present Simple Past Simple Future
Present Perfect Continuous Past Perfect Continuous Future Perfect Continuous
I have been reading since I was four years old. I had been reading for at least a year before my sister learned to read. I will have been reading for at least two hours before dinner tonight.

What does simple future tense mean?

The simple future refers to a time later than now, and expresses facts or certainty. In this case there is no ‘attitude’. The simple future is used: To predict a future event: It will rain tomorrow.

What are some examples of future tense words?

I will close the window.

  • Don’t worry!
  • This hen will lay an egg daily.
  • It will rain in a moment.
  • She will bite her lip if she is thinking or if she’s nervous about something.
  • He will always make a noise when we are watching television.
  • When you arrive tonight,we will go out for dinner.
  • It will get more difficult next year.
  • I will study for my exam.
  • When to use future tense?

    To show that something will continue up until a particular event in the future. In October,I’ll have been working here for ten years.

  • To show something finished just before another time action (cause and effect).
  • With time expressions (by+then/tomorrow/next year etc.,by the time,when).
  • What are some examples of future tense verbs?

    – Simple Future tense – I will study tomorrow. – Future continuous tense – I will be playing at tomorrow’s event. – Future perfect tense – She will have read 50 books by the end of this week. – Future perfect continuous tense – He will have been traveling for three hours before lunch today.

    What is future tense?

    The future tense is a verb tense used for a future activity or a future state of being. For example: I will jump in the lake. (This is a future activity.) I will be happy. (This is a future state of being.) The tense of a verb is determined by when the action took place. The three main tenses are: