Simple Future Tense

Use of "shall' and "will"

We use Simple Future Tense when we want to show or indicate about the action which has to take place after the present time has passed.

Simple Future Indicates the action of future time.
Simple Future is used to show willingness/unwillingness of some deeds of future.

  1. People will use more gadgets in future.
  2. You will teach these students.
  3. I will meet you tomorrow.
  4. They will come in time from now.
  5. We won't (will not) vote for corrupted leaders
  6. Amitabh Bachchan will never enter the politics again.
  7. I won't marry you.
  8. Boys will play in A. group, they won't play in B group.
  9. Girls will play in B. group, they won't play in A. group.
  10. Helen will release her new movie next month. 

Simple Future Tense is used to show incidents or other happenings taking or not taking place in future.
  1. The world cup will start from the next week.
  2. Google will launch a new project at the end of this year.
  3. India will take stern steps against terrorism.
  4. The shuttle will reach on the Mars within 24 hours.
Simple Future is used to show the natural actions which are going or not going to happen.

  1. More icebergs will melt during the coming years.
  2. Next year, the winter will fall early.
  3. The sun will shower more heat in coming years.
  4. The coastal areas of the world will sink.
Affirmative Pattern: Subject + shall/will + v-1(base form of the verb) + object or extra words.
Negative forms: will not = won't & shall not = shan't + v-1
  1. Will you help me?
  2. Will the board arrange exams early this year?
  3. Will the Comet collide with the earth ?
The Rule says that 'shall' is used with the firs person Singular and Plural cases. That's to say with I and We but we can use will also with all the subjects.And this is trend.

Subject+shall/will short forms: (contracted forms)
  • I'll for I will/shall
  • We'll for We will/shall
  • He'll for He will
  • She'll for She will
  • You'll for You will
  • They'll for They will
  • It'll for It will
  • won't for will not
  • shan't for shall not
Important:(Signals/Key Word/Time Indicators)
When we use simple future, mostly the following signals are used along with.
next day-week-month-year-Sunday/Monday etc.
in future
in the coming days/months/years.

Simple Future Tense with Clauses.

If Clause: If it rains early this year, the farmers will do sowing early.
Unless Clause : Unless sir comes in time, students will make mischief in the class-room.
When Clause: When I meet to Obama, I will give him your msg.
Till/Until Clause : We will stay here till/until you come.
Though/Although Clause :Though/Although you work hard, your efforts will not get appreciations.
What Clause: I will accept what/whatever you give me on my birthday.

In short: 
In most of the clauses if there is Simple Present with/after conjunctions, or if the Subordinate Clause is in Simple Present Tense, the Second or the Main Clause is mostly in Simple Future Tense. 

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Here are Video Units explaining The Simple Future Tense in Easy Gujarati Language.

Uses of The Simple Future Tense:
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Key Words used in The Simple Future Tense:
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The Simple Future Tense: Affirmative:
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The Simple Future Tense: Negative:
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The Simple Future Tense: Interrogative:
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