Or future with will
The simple future tense is very easy to make and is very useful.
Here’s the positive form (it’s just ‘will’ + infinitive):
- 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..)
The short form: ‘ll is very, very common, and is almost always used when speaking. It’s really much more natural to say ‘I’ll’ instead of ‘I will’. Here’s some help with the pronunciation:
- I’ll meet him later
- You’ll come
- It’ll rain tomorrow
- She’ll be late
- He’ll help us later
- We’ll get married in September
- They’ll cook dinner
Next, here’s the negative form (just add ‘not’ – remember will not = won’t):
- I will not go (I won’t ..)
- You will not be late (you won’t ..)
- It will not snow tomorrow (it won’t..)
- She will not get the job (she won’t..)
- He will not pass the exam (he won’t ..)
- We will not come (we won’t..)
- They will not stop (they won’t ..)
Finally, here’s the question:
‘yes / no’ questions:
- Will I go?
- Will you come early?
- Will it be cold?
- Will she dance?
- Will he arrive soon?
- Will we cook?
- Will they leave?
- Where will I go?
- Why will you come early?
- When will it be cold?
- Who will she dance with?
- What time will he arrive?
- What will we cook?
- When will they leave?
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