Future Simple Tense
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Future Simple Tense - When and How to use the Future Simple Tense
We use the Future Simple Tense
when we decide to do something at the time of speaking
When the phone rings and you say: 'I'll answer it.'
(Someone's carrying a heavy bag.) 'I'll help you.'
(A child cannot reach the cookies on the table.) 'Hang on. I'll get you one.'
when we promise something
'I promise I'll send you the email today.'
'I'll pay you back as soon as possible.'
Most of the time we use will after: 'I think…' ; 'I'm sure…'
I think they'll leave early today.
I'm sure they project will pass the tests.
when we're not sure, not certain about the future action we're talking about. We just 'predict' it
It will rain tomorrow.
You'll be rich and famous. (at a fortune teller)
What is the structure?
will + infinitive (simplest) verb form
In questions and negatives:
They won't (will + not) be happy to see this mess.
Will you please come with me to Paris?
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