In this article you’re going to learn some expressions to use with future tense and will (or won’t). Will for Predictions You can use I will (or you will, he will, she will, etc.) for predictions. If you think you will stay home tonight, you can say: I will stay home tonight. Or: I think… Continue reading Future Tense: Will for Predictions
Here is a video about how to say I will and I won’t. In this video you’ll practise saying answers to questions, with I will and I won’t. It’s pretty easy. Won’t means will not. The idea with this video is that you press pause and say the answer, before or after I say the… Continue reading Future with Will and Won’t – Video
Practice Your Grammar through Building Sentences You probably know how to make sentences with will when they’re not questions. Sharon will play hockey tomorrow morning. This is future simple. I’m only using the simple future in this article, so as not to complicate things. We’ll do other future tenses some other time. Now we want to… Continue reading Asking Questions with Will
Well, I don’t know. I’m not a fortune teller. But I hope you will be very happy, as much as possible, and that you’ll have fantastic English. This article is about the various ways that you can say something in the future in English. As you know, English has different tenses for past, present and… Continue reading What Will Be in Your Future?
Warning: If you are just starting to learn English, this article is not for you. I got many questions about the distinction about will and would. So let’s clear up. Will Will is used for the future. Examples: Tomorrow I will visit my parents. Or: Tomorrow I will be visiting my parents. (in future progressive)… Continue reading Will or Would?
In this article we’ll practise making the future progressive. It’s not very complicated. You use: will be + verb ending in –ing. When to Use? We use the future progressive when something is sure to happen. Here is an example: A) I can say: I will go to the movies tonight. B) I can also… Continue reading I Will Be Studying for my Exam This Weekend – Future Progressive (Continuous)
In an earlier article we talked about automatic conditionals. They look like this: When I’m hungry, I eat. Catch up here. Now we’ll dissect (= analyse) another kind of conditional, which is Future Conditional. An example of that is: When you are ready, we will go. Bjørn Bulthuis What Is Future Conditionals? Futre conditionals… Continue reading Conditionals in the Future: When You’re Ready, We’ll Go.
Image taken from Eviltwinbooking.com We’re going to start simple. Simple future is future with “will” + the first (basic) form of the verb. If you don’t know what the basic form of the verb is, go here: https://englishwithasmile.org/2013/06/04/how-to-recognize-the-basic-form-of-a-verb/ Use future when you talk about something that somebody is going to do in the future (not… Continue reading More Easy Grammar – Future
This article is to clear up about “have” and “had.” I’ve had a number of people telling me they don’t understand where to use it. So here is a review of the main tenses with have. Have Present Simple In present simple, “have” means you are the owner of something. Or it is something that… Continue reading Easy Grammar Have and had
Of course you always speak the truth and keep your promises. Or do you? In some professions, giving false promises seems to be the norm. Plumbers and airconditioning technicians always say they’ll come back tomorrow. But they never do. They’ll want you to call them back. Maybe three times. Let’s look at some promises which… Continue reading Cross My Heart and Hope to Die – Simple Future with Will