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SIMPLE FUTURE TENSE


Simple Future tense is used to express an action that will be completed in the future. Some time expressions employed are next week-monthyear, tomorrow, tonight, on Monday, on+ specific date, etc. These are three forms used to express future action: A) The verb phrase with the use of will followed by a simple form of the verb:
Example: The kids will read her story next week. At 6:00 p.m. tonight, she will accept her first paycheck of the story she wrote.

B) The use of simple present tense with accompanying time expression:


Example: She sings at the theater tonight.

The contestants and the jurors rehearse at 8:00 am tomorrow

C) We can also use the forms: be + going to+ main verb


Example: We are going to report on Monday. Jarred is going to marry soon.

FUTURE PERFECT TENSE


Future perfect tense indicates an action that will take place before another action will take place at a definite time in the future. It is formed by:
A) using shall or will + have + past participle
Example:
She will have finished her work before her classmates come tonight.

B) using am / is / are + going to have + past participle


Example: By the time she gets home, she is going to have cooked dinner.