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Transcript of WILL
ALUMNO:JOSE ANTONIO OROPEZA PADILLA
ESCUELA: CETIS 155
MAESTRA:ANA LAURA MONTEZ.
FECHA DE ENTREGA:22 DE OCTUBRE DEL 2013
The word will in English has two meanings , the first is to have the courage or the will to do something , while more common use is to indicate actions to be performed in the future in the medium or long term.
Will, not a verb , is an auxiliary , it is put right after the subject and before the verb .
When we ask a question regarding the future , will be used first followed by the subject and then the verb .
10 Examples of the use of Will:
1.I will see her for Christmas . ( I'll see you for Christmas ) .
2.will you join us ? ( Do we accompany ? ) .
3.She will study medicine . ( She studied medicine) .
4.We will travel on vacation . ( We will travel on vacation ) .
5.They will come with us . ( They will come with us).
6.Will she eats for her birthday ? ( Did she come to your birthday? ) .
7.She will move , after she finishes school . ( She will move after I finish school) .
8.I will buy a new house . ( He will buy a new house ) .
9.I will work hard . ( I work hard ) .
10.Will you stay long ? ( Will you stay long ? ) .
As such, there is no specific future time in English, but there are different verbs and expressions to refer to it.
A common way of the future in English has the following structure:
Subject + will + verb
I will play / I'll play
As we see, this form of future in English is quite simple. In fact, often called SIMPLE FUTURE (Future Simple)
We may find another way auxiliary valid also to express the future, which is 'shall'. In this case, 'shall' is used as an auxiliary to the first person singular and plural being used 'will' for all others. Both 'shall' and 'will' can shrink in affirmative and negative forms (You will'll).
'Shall' is less used, especially in the United States. In modern English tends to use 'will' for all people.
In the interrogative form is invests order of subject and auxiliary:
Will you play? / Will you play?
The way the interrogative structure-negative is:
auxiliary + subject + not
Will you not play? / Do not you play?
This form of the future is used most frequently in English than in Spanish. Its structure is as follows:
subject + future 'to be' + gerund of the verb to be conjugated
You will be flying to Paris tomorrow at this hour / this time tomorrow you'll be flying to Paris
Negative forms, interrogative and interrogative-negative are constructed similarly to that explained for the future simple.
En inglés no existen los verbos en futuro, sino que al agregar will, convertimos en futuro al verbo que le sigue: I will come to see you tonight.
I will go - iré
I will eat - comeré
I will be - seré / estaré
I will have - tendré / habré
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