The Future Tense

This article was first published on the 11th February, 2017 and last updated on the 11th of February, 2017 by Patrick Carpen.

The future tense describes an action that “will” take place some time in the future. The future can be defined as anytime beyond the present, and can range from less than one Milli-second to more than one billion years.

E.G: I will cook dinner tonight.

The future tense is make up of the helping verb “will” and the present tense of an action verb.

E.g: I will go to sleep at nine of clock.

Helping verb: will

Present tense of main verb: go

Related: The Future Continuous Tense.

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