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Sunday, 16 December 2012

English Grammar : Future Tense And Types of Future Tense


In last class we have learnt about Past Tense 
Now let's see the third tense Future tense
Future Tense : Future Tense shows the time of an action or state in the future.

Future Tense can be classified in four categories :
I.  Future Simple Tense.
II. Future Continuous Tense.
III. Future Perfect Tense.
IV. Future Perfect Continuous Tense. 


I. Future Simple Tense :
Future Simple Tense can be :
A. Affirmative.
B. Negative.
C. Interrogative.

Here I am telling you a very simple formula for Affirmative, Negative & Interrogative Forms.
Formula for (Affirmative)
Subject + shall/will + Verb's 1st form + Object.

Example : 
He will play football.

Formula for (Negative)
Subject + shall/will not + Verb's 1st form + Object.

Example : He will not play football.

Formula for (Interrogative)
Will/Shall + Subject + Verb's 1st form + Object.

Example : Will he play football.

II. Future Continuous Tense.
Future continuous Tense can be :
A. Affirmative
B. Negative
C. Interrogative

Formula for (Affirmative)
Subject + shall/will + be + Verb's 1st form + ing +Object.

Example : He will be playing football.

Formula for (Negative)
Subject + will/shall not + be +Verb's 1st form + Object.

Example : He will not be playing football.

Formula for (Interrogative)
Will/Shall + Subject + be +Verb's 1st form + Object.

Example : Will he be playing football ?

III. Future Perfect Tense 
Future perfect tense can be :
A. Affirmative
B. Negative
C. Interrogative

Formula for (Affirmative)
Subject + shall/will + have + Verb's 3rd form + object

Example : He will have played football 

Formula for (Negative)
Subject + shall/ will not + have +Verb's 3rd form + object

Example : He will not have played football.

Formula for (Interrogative)
Will/Shall + Subject + have + Verb's 3rd form + object

Example : Will he have played football. 

IV. Future Perfect Continuous Tense :
Future Perfect Continuous Tense can be :
A. Affirmative 
B. Negative 
C. Interrogative

Formula for (Affirmative)
Subject+shall/will+have+been+Verb's 1st form+ing+obj.

Example : He will have been playing football.

Formula for (Negative)
Subject+shall/will not+have+been+Verb's 1st form+ing+obj.

Example : He will not have been playing football.

Formula for (Interrogative)
Will/Shall+Sub+have been+ Verb's 1st form+ ing+ obj.

Example : Will he have been playing football.

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