USAGE : Simple future tense is used to express a prediction or a plan that may or maynot happen in the future time.
KEY : Use /will/ or /shall/ to construct this tense.
Look at this following formation!
Verbal Simple Future Tense
USAGE : Verbal simple future tense is used when the verb is in lexical-meaning-word. Therefore, place Bare-Infinitive after the auxilliary will or shall.
When the sentence is changed into negative sentence, place /not/ behind the auxilliary
Will + not => Will not or /won't/
shall + not => shall not or /shan't/
She won't believe in what I say.
we shan't warn him for his mistakes.
The members will not attend the party next week.
Then, place the auxilliary when you want to make an interrogative sentence.
Will you come along with us?
Shall we admit everything to them?
The answer will be like these:
Yes, I will.
No, I won't.
Yes, we shall.
No, we shan't.
Nominal Simple Future Tense
USAGE : Nominal simple future tense is used when the verb is structural-meaning-word or /be/.
She will be here on time.
Remember that you have to place non-verbs after /be/, they are:
2. Noun Phrase
(+) Andi will be better soon.
(-) Andi will not (or, /won't/) be better soon.
(?) Will andi be better soon ?
BE GOING TO
She is going to go to the zoo next week.
The phrase /is going to/ is to express something 75% predicted will occur.
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One of them is going to go out a minute later.
The simple method is going to explain all the things we argued.
The new lecturer is going to teach us next month.
ADVERB OF TIME (SIMPLE FUTURE TENSE)
Next + name of time, e.g. next time, next week, next year, etc
.... Later, e.g. three minutes later
Tomorrow, e.g. I'll see you tomorrow.
In the following day, e.g. the lesson ill be discussed in the following day.