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Future Indefinite Tense 

 


From the action of Future Indefinite Tense, it is understood that a business will take place normally in the future.

 

Examples:-

 

I will go. 

We will work. 

You will read. 

She will go. 

 

There is no Future Tense in English Grammar. Yes, there is no Future Tense in English Grammar. To understand this better, first, you should understand the difference between Time and Tense. Time and Tense are two different things. By Time, we mean the elapsed time, the passing time/day/month, etc., and the time to come.

 

 

Time in the whole world is directed by the past, present, and future. Its concept is independent of language or grammar. It is a non-grammatical thing that humans felt even when they did not know any language. In contrast, Tense is completely a grammatical category.

 

It is the study of different forms of verbs which gives a sense of the performance of the verb at different times. The form and interpretation of Tense are different in each language, but the concept of Time is the same everywhere.

 

For Example:-

1.I am going to buy a car next year. 

2.He leaves tomorrow. 

 

The verbs of these sentences are in Present Tense, but they make sense of – Future Time. The verb in “the prime minister will come tomorrow” is in the future tense, but it’s English.

 

The verb in translation “The Prime Minister comes tomorrow” is in the Present Indefinite Tense. Therefore, for editing the verb at the same time, where the future tense is used in Hindi, the present tense is used in English.

 

Therefore it is not necessary that only Future Tense should be used to show Future Time. So it is clear that Tense is the study of different forms of Verbs.

 

Now, consider English Verbs.

No Verb has Future Tense.

 

Example:-

Go has different forms goes, going, went, and gone, none of them is of Future Tense.

 

According to the traditional grammar, shall / will form the Future Tense. So shall go / will go happened in Future tense. But shall/will is not itself in Future Tense, nor is there a modified form of any verb in Future Tense.

 

So Shall go / Will go is not in Future tense. That is why Modern Grammarians have suggested to limit the study of Tense form to Present Tense and Past Tense. Shall and will are called modal auxiliaries.

 

It is used to express various situations. Like every modal, they also have many uses in which showing Future Time is one. Future Tense is not created by doing will go / shall go. shall / will is also used to express the feeling of humble request.

 

Such as:-

Translation of “should I use your pen” as “shell I use your pen?” is | Apart from this, there are many uses of shall/will. Thus it is clear that there are only two tenses in English – Present Tense and Past Tense. The future is immediate in Hindi.

 

In view of the convenience of study for Hindi speakers to learn English translation in the starting period, various situations of future time are represented by Simple Future Tense, Future Continuous Tense, Future Perfect Tense, Future Perfect Continuous Tense only.

 

 

Identification of Future indefinite tense:- The translation of the Hindi sentence at the end of which Ga, Ge, Gi is placed will be translated into Future Tense.

 

 

Rule of making Affirmative Sentence:- To make an affirmative sentence, we will first use the subject, then will, then v1 is used.

 

 

We will use [ Will ] with First Person Singular Subject [ i ] and [ Will ] with First Person Plural Subject [ we ].

We will use [ Will ] with Second Person Singular Subject [ You ] and [ Will ] with Second Person Plural Subject [ You ].

We will use [ Will ] with Third Person Singular Subject [He, She, It, Ram] and [ Will ] with Third Person Plural Subject [They, The Boy ].

 


Affirmative Sentence Structure:-

 

Subject +Will +V1

I will go.

I will play.

You will eat.

You will read.

I will work.

You will dance.

I will go to Delhi tomorrow.

You will go to Patna.

You will study.

You will sing.

I will definitely go to Patna.

Mohan will go home.

We will work.

We will play.

You will know this.

Pooja will sing a song.

You will eat.

He will play.

You will work.

You will cook.

I will wait for you.

He will go to Patna.

You will do this.

I will teach English.

You will find my love.

I will go to my country.

Rules for making Negative Sentences:- To make a negative sentence, we will first use Subject, then we will use Will, then we will use Not, then we will use v1.

 

 

Negative Sentence Structure:-

 

Subject +Will +Not +V1

You will not do your work. 

You won’t do anything.

You will not do such a thing.

We will not play matches.

You won’t do anything.

I will not go to the market.

Pinky will not sing a song today.

He will not resign.

Kunal will pass the exam.

I won’t bother you.

I will not end this story today.

She will not cook.

Those people will not work.

I will not eat.

Mohan’s brother will not work.

He will not work.

You will not go to Pankaj’s house.

You will not eat.

Rule of making Interrogative Sentence:- To make interrogative sentences, we will first use Will, then we will use Subject, then we will use v1.

Interrogative Sentence Structure:-

 

Will+Subject +V1? 

Shall we sing a song?

Will you go to school?

Will those people work?

Will he sell his cycle?

Will we know about this?

Shall I study?

Will you like to eat?

Will you dance?

Will you drink water?

Will he go?

Will he sell?

Will he know?

Will you make friends?

Will you take the exam?

Will you listen to me?

Will you give me something?

Will they help the poor?

Will he play cricket?

Will you come home?

Will you talk?


 

 

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