Simple Future Tense

Simple future tense refers to an action that will take place in the future. Generally, it is used to describe a prediction or intention.

Pattern: Subject + will/shall + verb + object

Remember: 

  1. Shall is used with first person singular and plural 
  2. Will is generally used with Second and third person
    but using it with first person also makes the grammatically correct sentence 

Example:

We shall play a match next month.
She
will help me tomorrow to complete my assignments.
They will meet their friends next Monday.
Rachel will dance at the annual function this year. 

Read our next article on Future Continuous Tense
Read our previous article on Past Perfect Tense
Read about 12 Basic Verb Tenses with Examples

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