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Future Simple ................................................................................................................................................ 4


Positive Sentences .................................................................................................................................... 4
Exemples: ...................................................................................................................................................... 4
Negative Sentences................................................................................................................................... 4
Interrogative Sentences ............................................................................................................................ 4
Structure of future simple............................................................................................................................. 5
Positives Sentences ................................................................................................................................... 5
Negative Sentences................................................................................................................................... 5
Interrogative Sentences ............................................................................................................................ 5
How to use .................................................................................................................................................... 5
How to make simple future .......................................................................................................................... 6
How to ask a question................................................................................................................................... 6
Future Perfect ............................................................................................................................................... 6
Sructure of future perfect ............................................................................................................................. 7
Negative Sentences................................................................................................................................... 7
Interrogative Sentences ............................................................................................................................ 7
Positives Sentences ................................................................................................................................... 7
Negative Sentences................................................................................................................................... 8
Function ........................................................................................................................................................ 8
Form .............................................................................................................................................................. 8
Future Continous .......................................................................................................................................... 9
Structure of Future Continous ...................................................................................................................... 9
Exemples: .................................................................................................................................................. 9
Function ........................................................................................................................................................ 9
Exemples: ................................................................................................................................................ 10
Form ............................................................................................................................................................ 10
Conclusion ................................................................................................................................................... 12
Bibliographic ............................................................................................................................................... 13
Introduction ................................................................................................................................................ 14
Future Simple
The future simple is a form of verb that refers to an action or event has not yet
begun.

The simple future is expressed by placing the helping verb will or shall(or a
contracted form of will or shall)in front of the base form of verb.

Positive Sentences

Exemples:

-I will arrive tomorrow;

-He will come here tomorrow;

-They will send us a mail;

-I will give him a nice gift.

Negative Sentences
Exemples:

-He will not buy a car;


-She will not come to college;

Interrogative Sentences
Exemples:

-Will she marry him?


-Will they buy a new car?

-Will he call me tomorrow?


Structure of future simple
Main verb: Base or 1st form of verb auxiliary verbs :Will.

Positives Sentences
Subject +auxiliary verb+ main verb+ object;

Subject+ will+ base or first of verb+ object.

Negative Sentences
Subject +auxiliary verb+ not+ main verb+ object;

Subject+ will+ not+ base form of verb +object.

Interrogative Sentences
Auxiliary verb +subject +main verb+ object.

How to use
How to form the simple future, the formula for the simple future is will (root
form of verb).

e.g. I will a new language.

My brother will sleep till noon if no one wakes them up.

It doesn’t matter if the subject is singular or plural; the formula for the simple
future doesn’t change.

There is another way to show that something will happen in the future. It follows
the formula (am/is/are)+going to+(root form verb).

e.g. Iam going to learn a new language;

Salimo going to read book;

You are going to see what .I mean.


thought that it’s on the informal sid, so it’s a good ideia to stick to the will+(root
form)construction in formal writing.

How to make simple future


To make the simple future negative ,the formula is will +not+(root form).

e.g .Feliciano will quiet before he reaches his goals.

I will not finish my homework in time for class.

How to ask a question


To ask a question in the future simple the formula is will (subject)+(root form).

e.g. Will Jaime finish war and peace over the summer?

What will you buy with the money you found?

Future Perfect
Is a verb form or construction used to describe an event that is excepted or
planned before a time of reference in the future.

How to used future perfect


Future perfect tense Is used to express an action which, the speaker assumes ,
will have completed or occurred in the future. It gives a sense of a task that will
happen in the future.

e.g. The patient will have recovered from itness buy the next month.
This sentence is also sometimes used to express completion of an action in future
before another activity happen.

e.g .She will have learn the Chinese before she moves o china.

Sructure of future perfect


Main verb: participle (3rd form of a verb).

Auxiliary verb: Will have.

Subject+ auxiliary verb+ main verb+ object;

Subject+ will have+ past participle (3rd form of verb)+object.

Negative Sentences

Subject +auxiliary verb+ main verb+ object;

Subject+ will not have +past participle+ object.

Interrogative Sentences
Will +subject +have +past participle +object.

Positives Sentences

-He will have completed his project by Saturday;

-She will have bought a new leptop;

-You will have completed your report;


-They will have enjoyed party.

Negative Sentences
Exemples:

-You will have not enjoyed the gathering;


-They will have not seen eaten;

-We will have gone to our home.

Interrogative Sentences
-Will they have helped his friend?

-Will you have written me a letter?

-will she have gone to Mozambique?

Function
The future perfect to completed action in the future. When we used this tense we
are projecting ourselves forward into the future and looking back at an action that
will be completed some time later than now. It is most often used with a time
expression.

Form
The future perfect is composed of two elements the simple future of the verb “to
have”(will have)+he paste participle of the main verb.

I will have finished;

He will have finished.


Future Continous
Future continous tense, sometimes also refered to as the future progressive
tense, is a verb tense that indication that something will occur in the future and
continue for an excepted length of time.

Future continuos has two different form ”will be doing” and “be going to be
doing”. Unlike simple future forms, future continous forms are usually
interchangeable.

Structure of Future Continous


Subject+ auxiliary verb will+ auxiliary verb be+ main verb;

Form future coninuos with ”will”


(Will be +present participle)

Exemples:
-You will be waiting for her when her plane arrives tonight;

-Will you be for her when her plane arrives tonight?

Function
That a time later that now. The future continous is used for quiet a few different
purposes.

The future continuos can be used to project ourselves into the future.

Exemples:

This time next week I will be sun-bathing in bale;

Just think, next Monday you will be working in your new job.
The future continous can be used for predicting our guess about future events.

Exemples:

-I guess you’ll feeling thirsty after working in the sun;

-He’ll be coming to the meeting. I except.

In the interrogative form, the future continous can be used o ask politely for
information about the future.

The future continuos tense express action at a particular moment in the future.
The action will have strarted before that moment but it will have finished at that
moment.

For exemple: tomorrow I will start work at 2pm and stop work at 6pm.

When we used the future continous tense ,our listener usually knows or
understands what time we are talking about.

Exemples:
-I will playing tennis at 10am tomorrow;

-She wil not be sleep when the film stars;

In Interrogative:

-What will you be doing a 10pm tonight?


-What will you be doing when I arrive?

Form
The future continuos is made up of two elements. The simple future of the verb
“to be”+ the present participle(base +ing);

Subject +simple future of the verb “ to be”+present participle.

You will be watching;


I will be staying.
Conclusion

Coming to the end of the work we conclude that futures are expressed an action
or event that has not yet ,when we used this tense we are projecting ourselves
forward into the future.

The future continous is made up of two elements: the simple future of the verb
“to be”+the present participle (base+ ing).
Bibliographic

htt:\\pt.wikipedia.learninglis.og.com
Introduction

The present work that we have been proposed to elaborated is on future simple,
future perfect and future continous.

This one, has a objective, to deepen the subjects of such a way that it allows on
the other hand to know and to reflect on the conjugation of the verbs and how a
phrase formed.

For each of the themes we search through available means, to give information
possible to the list knowledge of these objects.

We hope to achieve our goals by doing a thorough and interesting job.


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Topic: Future Simple, Future Perfect and Future Continous

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Escola Secundaria de Nampula

Nampula, April 2018


Index

Introduction …………………………………………………………………………… 3

Future simple ………………………………………………………………………… 4

Positive Sentences ………………………………………………………………… 4

Negative Sentences ………………………………………………………………. 4

Interrogatives Sentences ……………………………………………………… 4

Exemples ……………………………………………………………………………. 4

Structure of Future Simple ………………………………………………... 4

How to used ………………………………………………………………………. 5

How to ask a question …………………………………………………………. 6

Future Perfect ……………………………………………………………………… 6

Structure of Future Perfect …………………………………………………… 7

Exemples ………………………………………………………………………………… 8

Function …………………………………………………………………………………. 8

Form ………………………………………………………………………………………… 9

Future Continous ……………………………………………………………………… 10


Structure of Future Continous …………………………………………………. 10

Function …………………………………………………………………………………… 11

Forms ……………………………………………………………………………………….. 12

Conclusion ………………………………………………………………………………… 13

Bibliographic …………………………………………………………………………….. 14