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Grammar. Future Simple Tense

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Positive

Subject + will + Bare infinitive

Will = ‘ll

My mom will go shopping tomorrow.

Negative

Subject + will not + Bare infinitive

Will not = won’t

My mom won’t go shopping tomorrow.

Question

Will + Subject + Bare infinitive?

Will your mom go shopping tomorrow?

Usages

  • 1. To talk about a prediction
  • I am sure he’ll come late.
  • 2. To express a spontaneous decision
  • I’ll get there by bus.
  • 3. To make an offer or promise
  • I’ll take care of your cat carefully.


Simple Future Tense with TOBE GOING TO

Form

Positive

Subject + am/is/are + going to + Bare infinitive

I am going to go to Canada next month.

Negative

Subject + am/is/are + not + going to + Bare infinitive

I am not going to go to Canada next month.

Question

Am/is/are + Subject + going to + Bare infinitive?

Are you going to go to Canada next month?

Usages

  •  1. To talk about a plan or intention
  • My uncle is going to visit me tomorrow.
  • 2. To talk about a prediction
  • Look! The sky is getting darker. It’s going to rain.

  • Signal words:

    Tomorrow, tonight, next week, next month, next year, next summer

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