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Simple Future Tense

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Francisco Araya

on 24 August 2013

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Transcript of Simple Future Tense

Simple Future Tense
Subject
+ Will +
infinitive
Positive Form (+)
Obama

will

be
president until 2012
Negative Form (-)
Subject +
Will +
not
+
infinitive
(
won't
)
Obama

will
not

(
won't
)
be
president again.
Question Form (?)

Will +
subject
+
infinitive

+

?
Will
Barack Obama
be
re-elected
?
Once this baby hits 88 miles per hour, you're
going to see
some serious thing.
Everything
will be
fine... I hope!
Will
Going to
Positive form (+)
I
am

going to

be
a lawyer.
Verb to be

+
going to
+

infinitive
Negative form (-)
Verb to be

+

not
+
going to
+

infinitive
The teacher
is

not
going to

give
us homework.
Question form (?)
Verb to be

+

subject +
going to
+

infinitive
+ ?
Are
you
going to

study
for the test
?
So, how do we use the simple future tense?
We use
will
to express:

1. A decision at the moment of speaking.
2. A prediction based on opinion
3. A future fact.
4. Promises / requests / refusal / willingness
We use
going to
to express:

1. Future plans at the moment of speaking.
2. Prediction based on present evidence.
1. A decision at the moment of speaking.
A: The phone is ringing
b: I
'll
get it!
Will
2. Prediction based on opinion
.
We think Chilean football team
will qualify
for Brazil 2014.
3. A future fact.
The sun
will rise
at 7.00 am.
4. Promises / requests / refusal / willingness
I
'll
always
love
you.
Will
you
help
me?
She
won't tell
anyone
I
'll quit
smoking
Going to
1. Plans before the moment of speaking.
A: There is no food.
B: I know. I'
m going to
buy some.
2. Prediction based on present evidence.
Look at what you did. Mom
is going to
kill you!
What's the general difference?
What are you going to bring to the party?
I'm going to bring the drinks
No! I am going to bring the drinks!
Then I will bring the music!
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