Notes On Simple Future Tense - CBSE Class 6 English Grammar

    

The use of the simple future:

  •  We use the simple future for instant decisions.

           Example: "I've left the door open; I'll close it."
  • We use the simple future , when we predict a future situation:
    Example: "She'll pass the exam. She's hardworking"
  • We use the simple future with: "I (don't) think...", "I expect...", "I'm sure...", "I wonder...", "probably".
    Example: "It will probably rain tonight" , "I wonder what will happen?
  • We use the simple future in conditional sentences type one. (More on conditional sentences here):
    Example: "If I have enough time, I'll watch the film."
 

Summary

    

The use of the simple future:

  •  We use the simple future for instant decisions.

           Example: "I've left the door open; I'll close it."
  • We use the simple future , when we predict a future situation:
    Example: "She'll pass the exam. She's hardworking"
  • We use the simple future with: "I (don't) think...", "I expect...", "I'm sure...", "I wonder...", "probably".
    Example: "It will probably rain tonight" , "I wonder what will happen?
  • We use the simple future in conditional sentences type one. (More on conditional sentences here):
    Example: "If I have enough time, I'll watch the film."
 
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