EASY WAY TO LEARN FUTURE TENSE IN GRAMMAR

EASY WAY TO LEARN FUTURE TENSE IN GRAMMAR

Tense:- Tense is a form of a verb that indicates the time or a state of an action and event.

OR

     A tense situation or period of time is one that makes people anxious because they do not know what is going to happen next.

There are three types of tense:-

  1. Present Tense 

  2. Past Tense

  3. Future Tense 

Future Tense:-

 A future tense is a verb form that generally marks the event described by the verb as not having happened yet, but expected to happen in the future.

There are four types of the Future tense:-

1. Future Indefinite Tense,

2. Future Continuous Tense,  

3. Future Perfect Tense,

4. Future Perfect Continuous Tense.

 

1.Future Indefinite Tense:

The future simple tense refers to a time later than now(current time) or simply we can say refers to some event in the future time. Rules of Future  Indefinite  Tense with examples:

 

                  Affirmative Tense Rule:-

                                      subject+ will/shall+ verb1st form+object.

Examples:-

  1. I will finish my work.
  2. We will play a football match.
  3. Rani will go to market.

                   Negative Tense- Rule:- 

                                       subject+ will/shall+not+verb1st form+object.

Examples:- 

1. I will not finish my work
2. We will not play a football match.
3. Rani will not go to market.

                 Interrogative Tense Rule:- will/shall+subject+verb1st form+object+?

                                                  < Wh>+will/shall +subject+verb 1st form+object+?

                           <wh> family:- what, why, when, where, who, whom, whose, which, and how.

Examples:-

  1. Will I finish my work?
  2. Will we play a football?
  3. Will she sleep?

 

     Interrogative+ negative Tense

                          Rule:-Will/shall+subject+not+verb1stform+object+?

                                  < Wh>+Will/shall+subject+ not+verb 1st form+object+?

                                           <wh> family:- what, why, when, where, who, whom, whose, which, and how.

 

Examples:-

  1. Will I not finish my work?
  2. Will we not play a football match?
  3. Will she not sleep?

 

2.Future Continuous Tense:-

The future Continuous is also known as the Future progressive tense, is used to describe an unfinished action occurring in the future. This action can either begin in the future, or it can already be in progress in the present and continue into the future. Rule of Future Continuous tense:-

 

         Affirmative Tense Rule:-

                            subject+ Will/shall+be +verb 1st form+ ing +object.

 

Examples:-

1. Ram will be playing in the ground.

2. Ramesh will be walking in the park.

3. They will be watching tv on Monday.

     

               Negative Tense:- Rule:- 

                           subject+Will/shall+ not +be+verb 1st form+ing +object.

EASY WAY TO LEARN FUTURE TENSE IN GRAMMAR

Examples:-

1.Ram will not be playing in the ground.

2. Ramesh will not be walking in the park.

3. He will not be helping you.

 

            Interrogative TenseRule:- 

                                     Will/shall+subject+ be+verb 1st form+ ing+object+?

                                    < Wh>+Will/shall+subject+be+verb 1st form+ ing+object+?

                           <wh> family:- what, why, when, where, who, whom ,whose, which, and how.

Examples:-

1. Will you be helping the people?
2. Will they be playing chess?

3. Will the kids be making a noise?

4. Where will you be going?

 Interrogative +negative Tense

                       Rule:-Will/shall+subject+ not+be+verb 1st form+ ing+object+?

                                < Wh>+Will/shall+subject+not+be+verb 1st form+ ing+object+?

                                           <wh> family:- what, why, when, where, who, whom, whose, which, and how.

Examples:-

1. Will you not be helping the people?
2. Will they not be playing chess?

3. Will the kids not be making a noise?

4. Where will you not be going?

EASY WAY TO LEARN FUTURE TENSE IN GRAMMAR

 3. Future Perfect Tense:-  

The future perfect tense refers to a completed action in the future. It expresses a sense of completion of an action which will occur in future

Rule of Future Perfect Tense with examples:-

 

               Affirmative Tense Rule:- 

                           subject+will/shall+have+verb 3rd form +object.

Examples:-

1. I will have finished my work.

2. We will have gone to Delhi.

3. She will have received my letter.

 

     

           Negative Tense- Rule:-

                         subject+ will/shall+ not+have+verb 3rd form+object.

 

 Examples:- 

1. I will not have finished my work.

2. We will not have played a football match.

3. She will not have slept.

                 Interrogative Tense Rule:-    

                                              Will/shall+subject+have+verb 3rd form+object+?

                                               < Wh>+will/shall +subject+have+verb 3rd form+object+?

                           <wh> family:- what, why, when, where, who, whom, whose, which, and how.

EASY WAY TO LEARN FUTURE TENSE IN GRAMMAR

Examples:-

  1. Will I have finished my work?
  2. Will she have started a new job?
  3. Will she have slept?

 

     Interrogative+ negative Tense

                          Rule:-Will/shall+subject+not+ have+verb 3rd form+object+?

                                  < Wh>+Will/shall+subject+ not+ have+verb 3rd  form+object+?

                                           <wh> family:- what, why, when, where, who, whom, whose, which, and how.

 

Examples:-

  1. Will I not have finished my work?
  2. Will we not have played a football match?
  3. Will she not have slept?

4 Future Perfect Continuous Tense:-

This tense is used to describe an ongoing action that will compete in the future. The action is assumed to be continued for a time(specified or unspecified) in future.

Rules of Future Perfect Continuous Tense with examples:-

EASY WAY TO LEARN FUTURE TENSE IN GRAMMAR

            Affirmative Tense Rule:- 

                                        subject+will/shall+have+been+verb 1st form +ing+object.

 

Use of “for”:-When exact time of work or verb has not given, then “for” is used in the sentence.

Use of “since”:-When exact time of work or verb has given, then “since” is used in the sentence.

Examples:-

1. I will have been waiting to see the doctor for two hours.

2. We will have been living in this town since 1980.

3. She will have been playing since 2015.

EASY WAY TO LEARN FUTURE TENSE IN GRAMMAR

          Negative Tense Rule:-

                              subject+will/shall+not+have+been+verb 1st form+ing +object.

Examples:-

1. I will not have been waiting to see the doctor for two hours.

2. We will not have been living in this town since 1980.

3. He will not have been going to Delhi for four hours.



 

    Interrogative Tense Rule:-

                    Will/Shall+subject+have+ been+verb1st form+ing +object+for/since+?

                       <wh> family:- what, why, when, where, who, whom, whose, which, and how.

 

Examples:-

1. Will I have been waiting to see the doctor for two hours?

2. Will we have been living in this town since 1980?

3. Will they have been going to Delhi for four hours?

4. When will he have been going to Mumbai for two days?

EASY WAY TO LEARN FUTURE TENSE IN GRAMMAR

 Interrogative+Negative Tense Rule:-

          Will/Shall+subject+ not+have+ been+verb1st form+ing +object+for/since+?

   < Wh>+Will/Shall+subject+ not+have+ been+verb1st form+ing +object+for/since+?

                              <wh> family:- what, why, when, where, who, whom, whose, which, and how.

Examples:-

1. Will I not have been waiting to see the doctor for two hours?

2. Will we not have been living in this town since 1980?

3. Will they not have been going to Delhi for four hours?

4. When will he not have been going to Mumbai for two days?

 

EASY WAY TO LEARN FUTURE TENSE IN GRAMMAR

 

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