It is used to describe actions which will take place in the future.
I will go to Annaba next month.
- The future simple has many forms:
to be going to
( to be
is in the present simple ) form, which is used to express
intentions or plans. At the moment of speaking, the plans have already been
visit my aunt.
form, which is used to describe fixed arrangements in the near future.
an exam next Tuesday.
Shall / will form:
grammatically correct form and used with I and we.
used for formal English and to make a suggestion or to offer something.
I repeat the question?
is often used to:
a) express a fact or a forecast.
tornado over the Sahara tomorrow.
b) offer to do something:
do the shopping for you.
c) make a request.
open the door, please?
d) for a polite invitation.
you have some more tea?
Its form is:
the gerund of the verb.
a book by then.
used to describe an action taking place within a stated period of time in
from 1.00 p.m. till 4.00 p.m.
- It is used to describe an action continuing at a given point of time in
the future, but the action will begin before and end after that point.
When we get to Oran, it
- It is used to describe a routine future action.
my friend tomorrow anyway. So I can give him this book.
3)The Future Perfect:
Its form is:
past participle of the verb.
a Doctorate degree by 2008.
- It is used to describe an action that will be in the past at a given point
of time in the future. (We generally use
before the given point of time in the futur.)
my research paper
the end of the month.
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