last but not least,last class for this semester with miss zuraidah.Today we learn about future tense...this task has been given to amira and nabila.
There are 4 types of future tense.
1. Simple future tense
2. Future continuous tense
3. Future perfect tense
4. Future perfect continuous tense
When expressing future tense, we use :
ü in the future
ü next week
ü next month
ü next year
Simple future tense
☺ The simple future tense is often called will, because we make the simple future tense with the modal auxiliary will.
☺ Rules :
Used to refer actions or events that willhappen in the future.
I’m sure it will rain this afternoon
Used with will to make predictions or refer to events which we think are highly possible in the future.
Manchester United will beat all the other teams to win the FA Cup this year. (Predictions)
Used with “will” to refer to something which we decide to do at the time of speaking.
Don’t worry, I’ll be careful
Used with “be going to” for actions which we have already planned to do in the future and event which we think possible in the future.
Asian share markets are going to perform better at the end of the year because of brighter prospects in the US economy.
Ø Using will :
I will help
I will not help
Will I help?
You will help
You will not help
Will you help?
We will help
We will not help
Will we help?
They will help
They will not help
Will they help?
He will help
He will not help
Will he help?
She will help
She will not help
Will she help?
It will help
It will not help
Will it help?
Ø Using be going to :
I am going to leave.
I am not going to leave.
Am I going to leave?
You are going to leave
You are not going to leave.
Are you going to leave?
We are going to leave
We are not going to leave.
Are we going to leave?
They are going to leave
They are not going to leave..
Are they going to leave?
He is going to leave.
He is not going to leave.
Is he going to leave?
It is going to leave
It is not going to leave.
Is it going to leave?
Future Continuous Tense
☺ A continuous action that will take place at a certain time in future.
☺ How to form ?
§ Will/shall + be + infinitive + ing
☺ Example :
§ The girl will be doing her homework at 8.00 pm tonight.
Interrupted action in the future.
To indicate that a longer action in the future will be interrupted by a shorter action in the future.
§ I will be watching television when she arrives tonight.
§ I am going to be staying at the Madison Hotel, if anything happens and you need to contact me.
Specific time as an interruption in the future.
To show the time an action will begin or end.
§ Tonight at 6pm, I am going to be eating dinner.
§ At midnight tonight, we will still be driving through the desert
Parallel actions in the future.
Two actions in the same sentences.
§ I am going to be studying and he is going to be makingdinner.
§ Tonight, they will be eatingdinner, discussing their plans, and having a good time.
Future Perfect Tense
Use to refer action or situation which will be completed by a definite time in the future.
ü Our train will have reached Bangkok by midday tomorrow.
Use already and just to refer to actions or situations which will be finished by an approximate time in future.
ü By March next year, we will have already received the loan for our new house.
Ø Using ‘will’
I will have stopped.
I will not have stopped.
Will I have stopped?
You will have stopped.
You will not have stopped.
Will you have stopped?
We will have stopped.
We will not have stopped
Will we have stopped?
They will have stopped.
They will not have stopped.
Will they have stopped?
He will have stopped.
He will not have stopped.
Will he have stopped?
She will have stopped.
She will not have stopped.
Will she have stopped?
It will have stopped.
It will not have stopped.
Will it have stopped?
Ø Using ‘be going to’
I am going to have stopped.
I am not going to have stopped.
Am I going to have stopped?
You are going to have stopped.
You are not going to have stopped.
Are you going to have stopped?
We are going to have stopped.
We are not going to have stopped.
Are we going to have stopped?
They are going to have stopped.
They are not going to have stopped
Are they going to have stopped?
He is going to have stopped.
He is not going to have stopped.
Is he going to have stopped?
She is going to have stopped.
She is not going to have stopped.
Is she going to have stopped?
It is going to have stopped
It is not going to have stopped.
Is it going to have stopped?
Future Perfect Continuous Tense
☺ Use to talk about a long action before some point in the future
☺ Example :
§ I will have been working here for ten years next week.
§ He will be tired when he arrives. He will have been travelling for 24 hours.
☺ How do we make the future perfect continuous tense?
auxiliary verb ‘HAVE’
auxiliary verb BE
☺ For negative sentences in the future perfect continuous tense, we insert not between will and have. For question sentences, we exchange the subject and will.
Lastly,class for this semester was ended...so thanks to miss zuraidah that teach me for bel 260...i am happy in your class....and forgive me if had been something that hurting you :)...some picture that can be memories for semester 2...:)