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 Questions Future I
  09 Future 1 questions
  10 Make questions
  11 Future 1 questions
  12 Future 1 exercises
  13 Future 1 examples
  14 Future 1 word order
  15 Future 1 word order

 Negative Future 1
  16 Future 1 negative
  17 Negative sentences
  18 Negatives

 Mixed exercises
  19 Future 1 word order
  20 Word order
  21 Make sentences
  22 Futute 1 sentences
  23 Make sentences
  24 Future 1 sentences

 Signal words Future 1
  25 Future 1 signal words

 Tests Future 1
  26 Future I Test 1
  27 Test 2
  28 Test 3
  29 Test 4

 English Tenses
 Simple Present Tense
 Simple Past Tense
 Present Perfect 1
 Past Perfect 1
 Future 1
 Future 2
 Going-to-Future

 Progressive Tenses
 Present Progressive
 Past Progressive
 Present Perfect Progr.
 Past Perfect Progressive
 Future 1 Progressive
 Future 2 Progressive
 Comparison of Tenses
 If clauses - Conditional
 Active Passive exercises
 Reported Speech

 

 

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Future 1 Grammar Rules and Explanations

Simple Future - English Grammar

 

Simple Future 1

 

will + infinitive

 

Examples: Simple Future / will-Future

 

I will read a book.

I will take the bus.

 

The Simple Future describes things that happen in the future.

 

Simple Future / will-Future

 

Tomorrow I will buy a mobile.

Tomorrow you will buy a mobile.

Tomorrow he/she will buy a mobile.

Tomorrow we will buy a mobile.

Tomorrow you will buy a mobile.

Tomorrow they will buy a mobile.

 

Simple Future - decision: I will go to school.

Simple Future - promise: I will learn.

Simple Future 1 - a guess: The sun will shine.

Simple Future 1 - if-sentence type 1: If it rains, I will stay at home.

 

Simple Future / will-Future - long form and short form

 

Simple Future - long form Simple Future - short form

Tomorrow I will visit London.

Tomorrow you will visit London.

Tomorrow he/she will visit London.

Tomorrow we will visit London.

Tomorrow you will visit London.

Tomorrow they will visit London.

Tomorrow I'll visit London.

Tomorrow you'll visit London.

Tomorrow he/she'll visit London.

Tomorrow we'll visit London.

Tomorrow you'll visit London.

Tomorrow they'll visit London.

 

Signal words Simple Future 1 / will-Future

 

Signal words Simple Future: next friday..., next weekend, next year, next party..., soon, tomorrow, in the future.

 

Questions Simple Future  / will-Future

 

will + subject + infinitive

 

Examples: Questions Simple Future  / will-Future:

 

Will I meet you in 2005?

Will we go to London tomorrow?

 

Negative form - Simple Future 1 / will-Future

 

Simple Future negeative - long form: I will not go.

Simple Future negeative - short form: I won't go.

 

Simple Future 1 / will-Future: 'to be' - positive and negative

 

  positive negative
    long form short form

I

You

He/She

We

You

They

will be

will be

will be

will be

will be

will be

will not be

will not be

will not be

will not be

will not be

will not be

won't be

won't be

won't be

won't be

won't be

won't be

 


English Tenses exercises
Simple Present Tense
Simple Past Tense
Present Perfect
Past Perfect
Simple Future - Will Future
Going-to-Future
Continuous Tenses
Comparison of Tenses
Active and Passive Voice
If clauses - conditionals
Reported Speech

Future 1 - English grammar - present continuous

 

Future 1 and the rules of sentence structure. English grammar: An introduction form of the Future 1, exceptions in spelling, short forms of the Future 1, use, signal words, summary and exercises. Matching exercises, quizzes and riddles for the Future 1.

 
 
 

 
 
           
 

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