Simple Future Tense

Learn about Simple Future Tense:

Simple Future Tense is Used to talk about things that haven’t happened yet.

Simple Future Tense is a grammatical tense that refers to the near future. It is often used for actions and events that will happen in the next few hours, days, weeks, or months.

The simple future tense is formed by adding 'will' before the base form of a verb

Structure of Simple Future

Subject + will + Verb (base) + Object.


Words to recognize Simple Future

Tomorrow, next week, next month, next year, later etc…



  • I will meet him later.
  • He will help us later.
  • They will cook dinner.
  • We will go to enjoy the birthday party.
  • Mayuri will join us in the meeting later.
  • He will go to the library tomorrow.
  • We will arrive in the evening.


Simple Future Tense

Interrogative Sentences of Simple Future:

  • Will I go to school?
  • Will they leave you?
  • Will you come early?
  • Will he complete the task on time?
  • Will you offer fruits to the guests?
  • Will you have some time for me tomorrow?
  • Will she come again?


Negative Sentences of Simple Future:

  • We will not come.
  • She will not get the job.
  • He will not pass the exam.
  • We will not say goodbye.
  • She will not work for free. 


Wh question Sentences of Simple Future:

  • Who will she dance with?
  • Who will you see in New York?
  • What will they do?
  • What time will we play tennis?
  • What time will he arrive?
  • Why will you come early?
  • When will they leave?
  • Where will I go?
  • When will you come to meet me?
  • Where will you buy a house?
  • When will you learn to do it?
  • Where will you spend your holidays?
  • How will you prepare for the exam?

Related Articles:

Simple Present Tense

Simple Past Tense

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