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Transcript of SIMPLE FUTURE

The Simple Future tense is used to describe actions that will develop in the future without the need to clarify at what point will occur
I will fix my broken TV
I will redecorate the house this weekend
I will pass the entrance exam to the uni
I will be a Chef when i grow up
i will learn how to play piano
i will do something new everyday

I won't get lazy with my duties
I won't fall in desperation
I won't stay in this hous for more than 3 years
I won't buy i new Pc, i don't need one
I won't send her a gift
I won't get sick because i'm improving my health
I won't get any taller
I won't go to the school next week
I won't win the lottery :(
I won't be able to do this in time.

Will you travel this year?
Will you get a new job?
Will you win the competition?
Will he stop doing drugs?
Will they marry?
Will you continue to act this way?
Will you watch the game with us?
The simple (Future Simple) English future forms with the structure:

SUBJECT + Will / Shall + VERB

Note: The auxiliary Shall only used for the first person singular and plural. While the assistant will be used in all cases.
Interrogation in the Simple Future
La interrogación se forma, como es habitual, invirtiendo el verbo y el sujeto:

will + SUJETO + VERBO?

Conjugación Significado
will/shall I work? ¿trabajaré?
will you work? ¿trabajarás?
will he work? ¿trabajará?
will/shall we work? ¿trabajaremos?
will you work? ¿trabajareis?
will they work? ¿trabajaran?

As an example of the conjugation of the simple future, consider the verb to (work):

Meaning Conjugation
I will / I will work Shall work
you will work you will work
I will work it will work
we will / work Shall we work
You will work you will work you
They will work them work
Denial on the Future Simple
La negación del futuro se realiza simplemente añadiendo el adverbio not entre el auxiliar will y el verbo:

SUJETO + will + not + VERBO

Conjugación Significado
I will/shall not work yo no trabajaré
you will not work tú no trabajarás
he will not work él no trabajará
we will/shall not work nosotros no trabajaremos
you will not work vosotros no trabajareis
they will not work ellos no trabajaran
Nota sobre contracciones:

will not se contrae en won't y
shall not se contrae en shan't
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