The simple future tense is used to describe the action or event that will happen in the future.
Ex, I will call you tomorrow.
Simple Future Tense
Simple Future Tense Formula
Subject + will + Verb (V1) + object.
|Type of |
|Positive||[Subject + will + V1 + object]||He will go on vacation next summer.|
|Negative||[Subject + will + not + V1 + object]||He won’t go on vacation next summer.|
|Question||[Will + subject + V1 + object + ?]||Will he go on vacation next summer?|
|Wh-Questions||[Wh + will + subject + V1 + object + ?]||When will he go on vacation?|
Simple Future Tense Examples
|You will go to the market.||You won’t go to the market.||Will you go to the market?|
|He will teach English.||He won’t teach English.||Will he teach English?|
|She will become a teacher.||She won’t become a teacher.||Will she become a teacher?|
|It will rain tomorrow.||It won’t rain tomorrow.||Will it rain tomorrow?|
|The store will close in 10 minutes.||The store won’t close in 10 minutes||Will the store close in 10 minutes?|
Affirmative Sentences in Simple Future Tense
- The concert will start in an hour.
- She will love this movie.
- The store will close in 30 minutes.
- I will study for my exam tomorrow.
- He will win the game if he plays well.
- She will take a summing class today.
- It will snow next week.
- My father will buy a new car next week.
- We will write an essay.
- I will read a book on the plane.
- They will take a yoga class soon.
- She will go for a run in the morning.
- I will start a business next week.
- He will apply for a scholarship to study abroad next year.
- They will graduate from college in three years.
- He will call his mom after work.
- I will adopt a pet in the future
- They will travel to Japan next year.
- He will go on a safari someday.
- She will create a new jewelry collection soon.
Negative Sentences in Simple Future Tense
- He won’t buy a new phone this year.
- She won’t call you back later.
- I won’t buy a new car this year.
- He won’t eat pizza for dinner.
- They won’t trust you again.
- The event won’t start until later.
- We won’t go on a road trip.
- They won’t be able to fix the problem.
- She won’t listen to your excuses.
- They won’t respect your opinion.
- He won’t be able to help you.
- They won’t take you seriously.
- She won’t forgive and forget.
- It won’t be a fair competition.
- It won’t be a good investment.
- She won’t compromise her values.
- I won’t be able to meet you.
- The new product won’t be released.
- He won’t buy a new phone.
- She won’t take the early flight.
- You won’t be able to join the club.
Interrogative Sentences in Simple Future Tense
- Will you finish your homework on time?
- What will he do if it rains?
- Will she join us for dinner?
- Will you exercise tomorrow?
- Will they buy a new car soon?
- What will we eat for dinner tonight?
- Who will lead the project?
- Will you join the club?
- Who will teach the class?
- Will she travel to Europe next year?
Simple Future Tense Exercise
- He __________ home at night. (went)
- She __________ a cup of tea (drunk)
- The plane __________ in two hours. (land)
- We __________ to a new house next month. (moved)
- The fireworks __________ up the sky. (lighted)
- They __________ a rescue dog. (adapted)
- I __________ a music festival this summer. (attended)
- She __________ a dentist. (became)
- Where __________ you __________ after graduation? (worked)
- What __________ you __________ this weekend? (did)
- He will go home at night. (went)
- She will drink a cup of tea (drunk)
- The plane will land in two hours. (land)
- We will move to a new house next month. (moved)
- The fireworks will light up the sky. (lighted)
- They will adopt a rescue dog. (adapted)
- I will attend a music festival this summer. (attended)
- She will become a dentist. (became)
- Where will you work after graduation? (worked)
- What will you do this weekend? (did)