Future Tense Tells the Future Action Time
A future tense is a form of tense. We use Tense in Grammar to simplify the time of action at the time of speaking. When we speak or write, we use sentences and each sentence tells us about the action done at a particular time. This tense shows the action will happen in the future time. In a sentence of the future tense, we should use a verb with auxiliaries.
Types of Future Tense
In Grammar, Future tense has four types-
- Future Simple Tense–
In this tense, we should use the auxiliary verb will/ shall and the main verb in the present form.
› He will present.
› They will complete their work on time.
› Will you send an email to your boss?
- Future Continuous tense –
This tense shows incomplete action in the future. That is, the verb shows continuous action in the future.
› She will be laughing at him.
› They will be playing kabaddi with very ease.
› Will he be doing his job carefully?
- Future Perfect Tense-
The verb in the sentence of future perfect tense shows the complete action in the future at the time of speaking.
› They will have watched a horror film in the theatre.
› She will have done it very well.
- Future Perfect Imperfect Tense-
The verb in the sentence of future perfect imperfect tense shows the completed action in the future with continuation.
› It will have been raining since Monday.
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