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Simple Future Tense

Simple Future Tense

Verb Tense
A verb tells about an action while a tense tells about the time. Thus, the tense of a verb tells us when, in time, an action occurred.

There are three simple verb tenses.
1. Simple Present
2. Simple Past
3. Simple Future

The simple future tense indicates an action that will happen in the future. The future tense is formed by using the helping verb will (or shall) with the base form of the verb.

For example,
The dog will bark at the mailman.
I will clean my room.
I will fold the laundry.
I will work hard.
I shall be sixteen next Sunday.
She will mop the floor.

All these sentences indicate that the action has not happened yet, but it will happen in the future. © 2014. All Rights Reserved.