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?
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