Future tense with will
There are several ways of talking about the future in English. In many situations we use the present tenses: present simple and present continuous. This post looks at how we use the future tense with will.
At the end, for more advanced learners, we also look at future perfect tenses.
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WILL + negative
I will not I won’t
You will not you won’t
He/she/it will not he/she/it won’t
They/we will not They/we won’t
We use will to say what we think is going to happen (predictions).
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Present tense for the future
There are several ways of talking about the future in English. One way is to use ‘will’. However, this article shows how we use the present tense for the future. First we shall look at how we form the present tenses.
The present tenses in English are the present continuous:
I am doing
You are doing
He/she/it is doing
We/they/you are doing
And the present simple:
We use the present continuous for things we have decided to do in the future and for things we have arranged to do in the future. Continue reading Present tense for the future: Learn English Grammar