Future Simple – simple (indefinite) future tense in English. Usually used to talk about the future or events (threats, warnings) that will definitely happen and that we cannot influence. Future Simple is the most common when talking about the future. Future Simple is formed using the auxiliary verb «will».
The general scheme of using the Future Simple on the example of the word – to help
|I/You/We/They/He/She/It will help||I/You/We/They/He/She/It will not help||Will I/You/We/They/He/She/It help?|
For convenience, you can use the abbreviated form:
- will not – won’t
- I will – I’ll
When the Future Simple is used to describe assumptions about future actions, it is often used with verbs and expressions in the Present Simple: believe, think, expect, be afraid, be sure , as well as adverbs: probably, perhaps, certainly.
- Will you make dinner?
- I will not do your homework for you
- I‘ll get you some coffee
The future tense can also be expressed through a construction – To be going to