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Transcript of WILL (FUTURE)
The will-future is one future tense. There are other future tenses, like the going to-future, the Present Progressive, the Future Progressive/Continuous and the Simple Present. Both tenses are future tenses.
We use the will-future for predictions, assumptions, promises and when we do something spontaneously.
We use the going to-future with planned actions.
*it won't rain
* I think Leo will arrive in Paris at 11 am There are no "clear" signal words for the will-future. Words like "tomorrow" only indicate that a future form is used. So you have to think of the type of the action in the sentence. Then you can decide which future form should be used in the sentence. We often use short forms of the auxiliaries. The will-future is formed with the auxiliary will, so short forms are very frequent.
The auxiliary will can only be contracted when it is followed by an infinitive.
Here the auxiliary will must not be contracted. all forms (I, you, he, she, it, we, they)
long form __ he will read
short form __ he'll read negative (do not) all forms (I, you, he, she, it, we, they)
long form __ she will not sleep
short form __ she won't sleep or
she'll not sleep http://www.englisch-hilfen.de/en/exercises/tenses/will_future_statements.htm 1) Future actions happen without the speaker's intention (birthday, weather, etc.) *The sun will shine tomorrow.
*Peter will travel to NewYork the next month. 3) Spontaneous actions (not planned) Hang on! I'll have a word with you. will-future - Signal words will-future - Special *We sometimes use shall instead of will in the British English in the first person singular and the first person plural.
*In spoken (and in written) English more and more will is used in affirmative sentences nowadays.
*We frequently use shall in questions:
*Shall I carry this box? We use the will future in written language (especially in newspapers), where in spoken English we often use the going to-future.
The headmaster is going to close the old gym.
The headmaster will close the old gym. will (future ) El futuro simple es un tiempo verbal que usa para describir acciones que se van a desarrollar en el futuro sin necesidad de aclarar en que momento se producirán
*they will buy a new car Interrogative
will you ring me tonight?
will they be happy to see you?