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 (+) […]
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 : 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 […]
Future Simple The simple future tense is often called will, because we make the simple future tense with the modal auxiliary will. How do we form Future Simple? Positive Negative Yes/No Question Wh-Question no differences I will speak. They will fix it. I will not speak. They won’t fix it. Will I speak? Will they fix it? Who will […]
Going to Future tense (Past) Kullanımı Aldığımız ve yapacak olduğumuz ama yapmadığımız gelecekle ilgili kararlarımızda kullanılır. Kesin yapılacak olan ama yapılmayan gelecekle ilgili niyetlerde.