Category Archives: FUTURE TENSES

FUTURE PERFECT TENSE

We use FUTURE PERFECT TENSE to indicate that an action will have been completed (finished or “perfected”) at some point in the future.:   I will have spent nearly all my money by this time next year. I will have run successfully in three marathons if I can finish this one. SUBJECT (+) WILL (+) HAVE (+) V3 (+) […]

FUTURE PROGRESSIVE TENSE

We use Future Progressive Tense for the continuing actions; actions that will be happening, going on, at some point in the future     Affirmative Negative Interrogative Negative Interrogative I will be doing. I won’t be doing. Will I be doing? Won’t I be doing? You will be doing. You won’t be doing. Will you […]

BE GOING TO FUTURE TENSE

 BE GOING TO : USE: When you have a DEFINITE PLAN: We are going to the beach tomorrow. FORM: BE + GOING TO + SIMPLE FORM OF VERB I am going to listen to his speech on Friday. You are going to do your homework tonight. He is going to go shopping on Saturday. She […]