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Future tense I (simple future)

The future tense I.

The future tense I (simple future) expresses facts and certainty about an event in the future. In this case a 'point of view', an 'attitude' towards the action is missing.

The future tense I is used to:

  • To predict an event:
    It want rain tomorrow.
  • With 'I' or 'We' to express a spontaneous decision:
    I'll pay for the tickets by credit card.
  • To express an intention: I'll do the washing-up.
    He'll carry your bag for you.
  • Expressing displeasure with negative:
    The baby won't eat his soup.
    I. won't leave until I've seen the manager!
  • In question form with "shall" to make an offer:
    Shall I open the window?
  • With 'we' and 'shall' in the question form to make a suggestion:
    Shall we go to the cinema tonight?
  • In question form with "shall" to ask for advice or guidance:
    What shall I tell the boss about this money?
  • With 'you' to give orders:
    You want to do exactly as I say.
  • With 'you' in the form of a question to issue an invitation:
    Will you come to the dance with me?
    Will you marry me?

Comment: In contemporary English, 'want' 'shall ' preferred. 'Shall' is mostly with 'I.' and 'we' used to make an offer or suggestion, or to seek advice (see above). In the other persons (you, he, she, they) 'shall' is only used in literature or poetry, e.g. "With rings on her fingers and bells on her toes, She shall have music wherever she goes. "

Formation of the future tense I (simple future)

The future tense I consists of two parts: will / shall + Infinitive without to

subject want Infinitive without to
Affirmative
I. want go
I. shall go
Negative
They want not lake
They won't lake
question
Want she ask?
Negative question
Won't they try?
Foreshortenings

I will = I'll
We will = we'll
You will = you'll
He will = he'll
She will = she'll
They will = they'll
Will not = won't

The form "it will" is not shortened.

To see: Future tense I.

Affirmative Negative question Negative question
I. want to see I won't see Will I see? Won't I see?
*I. shall see * Shall I see?
You want to see You won't see Will you see? Won't you see?
Hey want to see He won't see Will he see? Won't he see?
We want to see We won't see Will we see? Won't we see?
*We shall see * Shall we see?
They want to see They won't see Will they see? Won't they see?

*Shall is out of date, but in everyday use it is included in the affirmative or in the question I. and we in certain cases used instead of "will" (see above).