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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #123685: Simple future tense
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    Simple future tense

    We can form the simple future tense with will (and shall that is not much used any longer except for invitations).


    Affirmative form:

    Subject + will + verb (infinitive).

    The subjects like I, you, she, he, we,you, they,etc.


    In speaking English it is common to use contraction.

    I will = I'll, You will = You'll, He will = He'll, She will= She'll (singular).

    We will = we'll, You will = you'll, They will = They'll (plural).


    Negative form:

    Subject + will not (won't) + verb (infinitive).


    Interrogative form:

    Will + subject + verb (infinitive) + ?


    This form is usually named Yes/No question, because the answer begins with Yes or No.



    Who, What, When, Where, Why, How.

    Wh-question + will + subject + verb (infinitive) + ?


    Exercise: Choose the right options.




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    1. I go to the drugstore in a minute or two.

    2. They see her later in the park round the corner.

    3. The men fight all day in the ring.

    4. I speak to Mary again. We had an argument yesterday.

    5. They bring a cake to the party. It's kind of them.

    6. you buy a red car or a blue one?

    7. we go to their party? What do you think of that?

    8. Who you see in Rome? Have you got friends there?

    9. How often she go to the pool? She will go twice a week.

    10. I close the door? It's going to rain you know.

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