What is the future simple tense of the verb 'run'?
Future tenses are verb forms used to describe actions that haven't happened yet. There are three types of future tenses: future simple, be going to, present contiuous for future Knowing when and how to use the different future tenses will help you to communicate better in English.
Present Continuous Tense - This is a verb tense used to describe actions that are happening now or in the near future.
Future Simple - This is a verb tense used to describe actions that are possibly happening in the future. Predictions with no evidence, promises.
Be gpoing to - This is a verb tense used to describe actions that are plans, intentions or predictions with evidences.
Which sentence uses the future tense?
- I am going to the park now.
- I went to the park yesterday.
- I will go to the park tomorrow.
What is an example of a sentence using a future tense?
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Which sentence uses the future simple tense correctly?
- I am visiting my grandparents next weekend.
- I visited my grandparents last weekend.
- I will visit my grandparents next weekend.
What is the correct form of the be going to for 'He'?
- He is going to studying for his exams tomorrow.
- He will be studying for his exams tomorrow.
- He is going study for his exams tomorrow.
'They are going to watch a movie tonight.' Which future tense is used in this sentence?
- 'Going to' Future
- Future Continuous
- Future Simple
What did you learn about future tenses today?