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simple future

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on 25 October 2012

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Transcript of simple future

simple future The Simple Future tense is used to describe actions to be developed in the future without the need to clarify at what point will occur structure
will

affirmative sentences Suject + "will" + main verb. I will call you tonight.
She will arrive late.
They will be happy to see you.
Negative Sentences Suject + "will" + "not" + main verb. I will not call you tonight.
She will not arrive late.
They will not be happy to see you. Interrogative Sentences "Will" + suject + main verb. Will you call me tonight?
Will she arrive late?
Will they be happy to see you? structure
GOING TO
affirmative sentences Affirmative Sentences Suject + auxiliary verb("to be") + "going to" +main verb. I'm going to call you tonight.
She's going to arrive late.
They're going to be happy to see you Negative Sentences Suject + auxiliary verb ("to be") + "not" + "going to" + main verb. I'm not going to call you tonight.
She's not going to arrive late.
They're not going to be happy to see you. Interrogative Sentences auxiliary verb("to be") + suject + "going to" + main verb. Are you going to call me tonight?
Is she going to arrive late?
Are they going to be happy to see you?
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