FUTURE SIMPLE TENSE
- Future simple tense
It is uesed for direct action of future :
- Ravi will play cricket today.
- Ravi will not play. (Negative sentence. Not comes after the helping verb.)
- Will Ravi play?(Interrogative sentence. The helping verb will precedes the subject.)
- We shall visit Mumbai next month.
- Future continuous tens
It is uesed to indicate an action that will be continuing in some future time.
I shall be playing with my brother when you come to my house tommorrow.
He will be reading a book when we meet him at his room today evening.
(C ) Future perfect tenes
It is used to indicate the
You will get money only if you reach at 10.00 a.m. otherwise, I shallhave paid it to Ravi if you come after 10.00 a.m. (future perfect tense).