Future Tense is used to determine the action of a verb that is going to happen in the future. The sentences in this case are formed, mostly by using the auxiliary verbs “will” & “shall” and their derivatives.
Simple Future Tense takes the structure:
a. Ram + will/shall + go + to the market.
b. They + will/shall + sleep + early at night.
c. I + will/shall + eat + the cake.
Here, ( v1 ) represents the Root/Base form of the verb. Read Now:
Moving on, We will be discussing certain rules, and the uses of Simple Future Tense with Examples. Let’s Begin.
In a conditional sentence, Simple Future Tense is used with the Principal Clause, and Simple Present Tense is used with the Subordinate Clause.
Subject + has / have
Subject + is / are / am
Subject + is / are / am + about
Subject + is / are / am + going