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Unit 8 - Future tenses
This unit covered the future tenses and it helped me realize just how complicated the future tenses can be especially when comparing the future tenses with eachother.
The 7 most common future tenses are:
1. The future simple, which is subject + will + verb e.g. I will study this evening.
If you simply want to state that an action will happen in the future. You can use the simple present.
To predict a future event: It will rain tomorrow.
Spontaneous decision: I will pay for the dress.
To express willingness: I will clean up.
He will help you.
In the negative form, to express unwillingness:
The baby won't eat her food.
I won't leave until you apologize.
Interrogative form using \"shall\