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Future All Tenses With Examples

January 9, 2018 Posted in: Education


Future indefinite tense

Rules

Affirmative sentences
Subject + shall/will + v1 form + object.
Examples:
  1. I shall go.
  2. They will go.
Negative sentences
Subject + shall/will not + v1 form + object.
Examples:
  1. He will not play.
  2. You will not play.
Interrogative sentences:
Shall/will + subject + v1 form + object + sign of interrogation (?)
Examples:
  1. Will you write?
  2. Will she sing the song?
Future continuous tense

Rules

Affirmative sentences
Subject + shall/will + be + v1 form + ing + object.
Examples:
  1. He will be watching movie.
  2. We shall be playing the cricket.
Negative sentences
Subject + shall/will not + be + v1 form + ing + object.
Examples:
  1. I shall not be writing a letter.
  2. They will not be making new bike.
Interrogative sentences
Shall/will + subject + be + v1 form + ing + object + sign of interrogation (?)
Examples:
  1. Will he be serving new dishes?
  2. Will they be watching new movie?
Future perfect tense

Rules

Affirmative sentences
Subject + shall/will + have + v3 form + object.
Examples:
  1. He will have learnt the lesson.
  2. We shall have completed our work.
Negative sentences:
Subject + shall/will not + have + v3 form + object.
Examples:
  1. They will not have completed their work.
  2. We shall not have finished our money.
Interrogative sentences
Shall /will + subject + have + v3 form + object + sign of interrogation (?)
Examples:
  1. Shall we have finished our work?
  2. Will they have watched this movie?
Future perfect continuous tense

Rules

Affirmative sentences
Subject + shall/will + have + been + v1 form + ing + object + since/for.
Examples:
  1. He will have been waiting for you for many hours.
  2. We shall have been taking breakfast since 9 o" clock.
Negative sentences
Subject + shall/will not + have + been + v1 form + ing + since/for.
Examples:
  1. He will not have been singing a song since morning.
  2. They will not have been working at this project for two years.
Interrogative sentences
Shall/will + subject + have been + v1 form + ing + since/for + sign of interrogation (?)
Examples:
  1. Shall we not have been taking breakfast since 9 o" clock?
  2. Will army not have been fighting against the enemy since morning?
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