Thursday, 9 July 2015

Simple Future Tense

Future Tense:

 Future Tense
Simple Future Tense
Future Continuous Tense
Future Perfect Tense
Simple Future Tense: The Simple future tense means an action which has still to take place in the future.

Simple Future = use of will / shall + V1
Simple Future Tense
Singular
Plural
First Person
I shall/will come
We shall/will come
Second Person
You will come
You will come
Third Person
He will come
They will come
She will come
It will come

Rules:
  • “ Will “ is used with all persons. “ Shall “ can be used instead of “ will “ with I (singular) / We (plural).
  • In the future tense, we must use the auxiliary will or shall.
  • Auxiliary verb “will not (won’t) or shall not (shan’t)” and simple form of the verb is used.
  • The Auxiliary verb Will or shall is used in the beginning of the sentences.
Formula:

Positive: Subject + shall / will + V1 + object
Negative: Subject + shall / will + not + V1 + object
Interrogative: shall / will + subject + V1 + object
Nag. Int.: shall / will + not + subject + V1 + object

Example:
  1. I shall go to Mumbai tomorrow.
  2. They will play cricket today.
Key words: 

Next week, Next month, Next time, Next year, day after tomorrow

Example:

सोनु पढ़ेगी ।
Positive: Sonu will study.
Negative: Sonu won’t study.
Interrogative: Will Sonu study?
Neg. Int.: Won’t Sonu study?

जयश्री कल से गायेगी ।
Positive: Jayshri will sing from tomorrow.
Negative: Jayshri won’t sing from tomorrow.
Interrogative: Will Jayshri sing from tomorrow?
Neg. Int.: Won’t Jayshri sing from tomorrow?

दिव्यानी कल दिल्ली जायेगी ।
Positive: Divyani will go to Delhi tomorrow.
Negative: Divyani won’t go to Delhi tomorrow.
Interrogative: Will Divyani go to Delhi tomorrow?
Neg. Int.: Won’t Divyani go to Delhi tomorrow?

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