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					    THE FUTURE TENSE
FUTURE SIMPLE

FUTURE CONTINUOUS

FUTURE PERFECT

FUTURE PERFECT CONTINUOUS
             FUTURE SIMPLE
Formula
Subject + (will, shall)+ Base Form of Verb +Object
For Example
She will cook meal.
Negative
Subject + will not + BFV + Object
For Example
He will not go to Market.
Interrogative
Will + Subject + BFV + Object ?
For Example
Will they watch TV ?
          FUTURE SIMPLE
  The simple future is used to talk about the
   things which we cannot control. It expresses
   the future as fact.
For Example:
1. We will know our exam results in May.
 We use this tense to talk about what we think
   or believe will happen in the future.
For Example:
1. I think Pakistan will win the match.
2. I am sure he will get a first position.
           FUTURE SIMPLE
  As in the above sentences, we often use this
   tense with I think and I am sure. We also say I
   expect____, I believe_____, Probably_____,
   etc.
 We can use this tense when we decide to do
   something at the time of speaking.
For Example:
1. It is raining. I will take an umbrella.
2. ‗Mr. Sinha is very busy at the moment.‘— ‗All
   right. I'll wait‘.
       FUTURE INTENTIONS
Formula
Subject + (am, is, are)+ GOING TO + BFV + Object
For Example
My mother is going to cook food.
Negative
Subject + (is, am , are) + NOT + GOING TO + BFV + O
For Example
He is not going to play cricket.
Interrogative
(Is, am , are) + Subject + Going to + BVF + O ?
For Example
Is he going to become a cricketer ?
        FUTURE INTENTIONS
  We use the going to form when we have decided to do
   something before talking about it.
For Example:
1. ―Have you decided what to do ?‖— ―Yes. I am going to
   resign the job‖.
2. ―Why do you want to sell your motorbike?‖ – ―I am going
   to buy a car.‖
 We also use the going to form to talk about what seems
   likely or certain, when there is something in the present
   which tells us about the future.
For Example:
1. The boat is full of water. It is going to sink.
      FUTURE INTENTIONS
  The going to form may also express an
   action which is on the point of
   happening.
For Example:
1. Let‘s get into train. It‘s going to leave.
2. Look! The cracker is going to explode.
  FUTURE CONTINUOUS TENSE
Formula
Subject + (will be, shall be)+ Base Form of Verb (ing) +Object
For Example
I will be leaving for Lahore on Monday.
Negative
Subject + (will/shall not be) + Base Form of Verb (ing) + Object.
 For Example
She will not be joining us in English Language classes next month.
Interrogative
Will + Subject + be + BFV (ing) + Object ?
For Example
Will they be watching cricket match in stadium ?
       FUTURE CONTINUOUS
  We use the Future Continuous Tense to talk about
   actions which will be in progress at a time in the future.
For Example:
1. I suppose it will be raining when we start.
2. This time tomorrow I will be sitting on the beach in
   Singapore.
 We also use this tense to talk about actions in the future
   which are already planned or which are expected to
   happen in the normal course of things.
For Example:
1. I will be staying here till Sunday.
2. The post man will be coming soon.
           FUTURE PERFECT
Formula
Subject + (will have, shall have) + Past Participle + O
For Example
My team will have played the match.
Negative
Subject + (will/shall not have)+ Past Participle + O
For Example
He will not have gone there.
Interrogative
(Will/Shall) +Subject + Have + Past Participle + O ?
For Example
Will they have come earlier ?
        FUTURE PERFECT
  The Future Perfect Tense is used to talk
   about actions that will be completed by a
   certain future time.
For Example:
1. I shall have written my exercise by then.
2. He will have left before you go to see
   him.
3. By the end of this month I will have
   worked here for five years.
               FUTURE PERFECT
                 CONTINUOUS
Formula
Subject + (will/shall have been ) + BFV (ing) + Since/For + O
For Example
My team will have been playing the match for six hours.
Negative
Subject + (will/shall not have been)+ BFV (ing) + Since/For + O
For Example
He will not have been living for several years in UK.
Interrogative
(Will/Shall) +Subject + Have Been + BFV (ing) + Since/For + O ?
For Example
Will they have been singing a song for five minutes ?
         FUTURE PERFECT
           CONTINUOUS
  The Future Perfect Continuous tense is
   used for actions which will be in progress
   over a period of time that will end in the
   future.
For Example:
1. By next March we shall have been living
   here for four years.
2. I‘ll have been teaching for twenty years
   next July.

				
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