Simple Future Tense
Simple future Tense : This is used to indicate an action that is still to take place. ‘ Shall ‘ is used in the first person and ‘ Will ‘ with the second and third persons.
Structure : Subject + Shall/ Will + Verb ( root form)
- We shall see you again next Sunday.
- I shall be 46 years of age next year.
- I shall see him tomorrow.
- She will not go to school tommow.
- Rahul and Raichal will go to Dubai next week.
- You will be alright within a couple of weeks.
- Jose, ” Murali is in hospital “
- Rahul, ” Oh really? I didn’t know. I will go and visit him.
Note : However in modern English the difference between ‘ I shall ‘ and ‘I will ‘ is gradually disappearing and mostly these two expressions are reduced to ‘I ‘ll ‘ (short form of ‘ I will ‘) and it has become most acceptable in written English as well as spoken English.
- We ‘ll see you again next Sunday.
- I ‘ll be 46 years of age next year.
- I ‘ll see him tomorrow.