English Grammar Future Tense Will
Learn English Future Tense Will Grammar

Grammar Level 2- Lesson Eleven

In this grammar lesson, you learn about Future Tense Will in English and how to use it in your English conversation and writing. Just follow examples and write them down a few times to learn them very well. After finishing this lesson, you should work on its quiz.

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The Future Tense – Will ____

Singular
I will ____
You will ____
He will ____
She will ____
It will ____

Plural
We will ____
You will ____
They will ____

contractions + main verb:

Singular
I’ll ____
You’ll ____
He’ll ____
She’ll ____
It’ll ____

Plural
We’ll ____
You’ll ____
They’ll ____

examples:
I’ll go to class tomorrow and teach English.
(I’ll go = I will go)

You’ll go to class tomorrow and learn English.

He’ll go to a movie in the afternoon, and he’ll eat a lot of popcorn.

She’ll come to class.

It will probably snow this week.
It’ll probably snow this week.

We’ll both be in school tomorrow.

You’ll be there, too!

They’ll play in the snow after school is over.

 

Another way to make the future tense is by using “(be) going to.

I will see my friends on the weekend.

I am going to see my friends on the weekend.

The meaning is the same in both sentences, but the “going to” future is often preferred because it sounds a little more relaxed and conversational.

Practice the “going to” future in the next lesson.

 

Quiz for Future Tense Will

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Next Grammar Lesson

In our next lesson, we will cover the Future Tense Going To Before moving to the next lesson, we suggest that you complete this lesson including its quizzes.

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