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Simple Future Tense - This article includes definition, formulae and rules for framing sentences in Simple Future Tense and example sentences. All this is simultaneously explained in Hindi for better understanding. The lesson also includes video explanation of the rules and practise exercise at the end so that you can assess how much you have learnt about the Simple Future Tense.

 

Simple Future Tense Definition

Simple Future Tense is used to express an action that will occur or happen in the future. The simple future tense refers to a time later than now, and expresses facts or certainty.

 

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Simple Future Tense Examples and formulae

The Simple Future Tense formula remains the same for First Person Singular and Plural. Also, the formulae for Second Person, Third person Singular and Plural remains the same. The different formulae for making sentences in the Simple Future Tense are as follows:

 

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Simple Future Tense Formula for First Person Singular/ Plural

The formula for Simple Future Tense when the First Person is Singular or Plural is that the sentence starts with the subject i.e I/ We, then a verb in its 1st form, followed by an object which is optional.
So, we can say that the formula for Simple Future Tense for First Person Singular is as follows -

I/ We + shall + verb (1st form)+ object (optional)

Let us see some example sentences with formula for Simple Future Tense when the First Person is Singular/ Plural:

1) I  shall study hard for exams.

मैं परीक्षा के लिए कठिन अध्ययन करूँगा।

2) I shall go to work every day.

  मैं हर दिन काम पर जाऊँगा।

3) We shall sleep late on Saturdays.

 हम शनिवार को देर से सोएंगे।

4) I shall see a movie every week.

 मैं हर हफ्ते एक फिल्म देखूँगा।

5) We shall swim on Sundays.          

हम रविवार को तैरेंगे।

For converting these sentences into negative sentences the formula is that you add ‘shall not’ before the root form of the verb and the rest of the rule remains the same.

I/ We + shall not + verb (1st form)+ object (optional)

Let us see some examples of negative sentences with the formula for Simple Future Tense when the First Person is Singular /Plural:

1) I shall not study hard for exams.

 मैं परीक्षा के लिए कठिन अध्ययन नहीं करूँगा।

2) I shall not go to work everyday.

मैं रोज काम पर नहीं जाऊँगा।

3) We shall not sleep late on Saturdays.

हम शनिवार को देर से नहीं सोएंगे।

4) I shall not watch a movie every week.

मैं हर हफ्ते एक फिल्म नहीं देखूंगा।

5) We shall not swim on Sundays.

हम रविवार को नहीं तैरेंगे।

For converting these sentences into interrogative sentences the formula is that you add Shall at the start of the sentence followed by Subject and the rest of the rule remains the same.

Shall + I/ We + verb (1st form)+ object (optional)?

Let us see some examples of interrogative sentences with the formula for Simple Future Tense when the Person is Singular/ Plural:

1) Shall I study hard for exams?

क्या मैं परीक्षा के लिए कठिन अध्ययन करूंगा?

2) Shall I go to work everyday?

क्या मैं रोज़ काम पर जाऊंगा?

3) Shall we sleep late on Saturdays?

क्या हम शनिवार को देर से सोएंगे ?

4) Shall I watch a movie every week?

 क्या मैं हर हफ्ते एक फिल्म देखूंगा?

5) Shall we swim on Sundays?

क्या हम रविवार को तैरेंगे?

For converting these sentences into negative interrogative sentences the formula is that you add ‘Shall’ at the start of the sentence, then the subject and then ‘not’ and the rest of the rule remains the same.

Shall + I/ We + not + verb (1st form)+ object (optional)?

Let us see some examples of interrogative sentences with the formula for Simple Future Tense when the Person is Singular/ Plural:

1) Shall I not study hard for exams?

क्या मैं परीक्षा के लिए कठिन अध्ययन नहीं करूंगा?

2) Shall I not go to work everyday?

 क्या मैं रोज़ काम पर नहीं जाऊंगा?

3) Shall we not sleep late on Saturdays?

क्या हम शनिवार को देर से नहीं सोएंगे?

4) Shall I not watch a movie every week?

क्या मैं हर हफ्ते एक फिल्म नहीं देखूंगा?

5) Shall we not swim on Sundays?

क्या हम रविवार को नहीं तैरेंगे?

 

Simple Future Tense Formula for Second Person, Third Person Singular/ Plural

The formula for Simple Future Tense when the Second Person, Third Person Singular/ Plural are involved is that the sentence starts with You/ He/ She/ Common or proper nouns/ They, with will and  then a verb in its 1st form followed by an object which is optional.
So, we can say that the formula for Simple Future Tense for Second Person, Third Person Singular/ Plural is as follows -

You/ He/ She/ Common or proper nouns/ They + will + verb (1st form)+ object (optional)

 

Let us see some example sentences with formula for Simple Future Tense when the Second Person, Third Person Singular/ Plural are involved:

1) You will study hard for exams.

आप परीक्षा के लिए कठिन अध्ययन करेंगे।

2) He will go to work every day.

वह प्रतिदिन काम पर जाएगा।

3) He will sleep late on Saturdays.

वह शनिवार को देर से सोएगा।

4) Girls will see a movie every week.

 लड़कियां हर हफ्ते एक फिल्म देखेंगी।

5) They will swim on Sundays.

 वे रविवार को तैरेंगे।

For converting these sentences into negative sentences the formula is that you add ‘not’ before the verb and the rest of the rule remains the same.

You/ He/ She/ Common or proper nouns/ They + will + not + verb (1st form)+ object (optional)

 

Let us see some examples of negative sentences with the formula for Simple Future Tense when the Second Person, Third Person Singular/ Plural are involved:

1) You will not study hard for exams.

आप परीक्षा के लिए कठिन अध्ययन नहीं करेंगे।

2) He will not go to work everyday.

 वह रोज काम पर नहीं जाएगा।

3) She will not sleep late on Saturdays.

वह शनिवार को देर से नहीं सोएगा।

4) Girls will not watch a movie every week.

 लड़कियाँ हर हफ्ते एक फिल्म नहीं देखेगी।

5) They will not swim on Sundays.

वे रविवार को नहीं तैरेंगे।

For converting these sentences into interrogative sentences the formula is that you add ‘Will’  at the start of the sentence followed by the subject and the rest of the rule remains the same.

Will + [subject] + verb (root form) + object(optional)?

Let us see some examples of interrogative sentences with the formula for Simple Future Tense when the Second Person, Third Person Singular/ Plural are involved :

1) Will you study hard for exams?

 क्या आप परीक्षा के लिए कठिन अध्ययन करेंगे?

2) Will he go to work everyday?

क्या वह रोज़ काम पर जाएगा?

3) Will she sleep late on Saturdays?

क्या वह शनिवार को देर से सोएगा?

4) Will girls watch a movie every week?

क्या लड़कियाँ हर हफ्ते एक फिल्म देखेगी?

5) Will they swim on Sundays?

 क्या वे रविवार को तैरेंगे?

For converting these sentences into negative interrogative sentences the formula is that you add ’Will’ at the start of the sentence, then the subject and then ‘not’ and the rest of the rule remains the same.

Will + [subject] + not + verb (root form) + object (optional)?

Let us see some examples of interrogative sentences with the formula for Simple Future Tense when Second Person, Third Person Singular/ Plural are involved:

1) Will you not study hard for exams?

क्या आप परीक्षा के लिए कठिन अध्ययन नहीं करेंगे?

2) Will he not go to work everyday?

 क्या वह रोज़ काम पर नहीं जाएगा?

3) Will she not sleep late on Saturdays?

 क्या वह शनिवार को देर से नहीं सोएगा?

4) Will girls not watch a movie every week?

क्या लड़कियां हर हफ्ते एक फिल्म नहीं देखेंगी?

5) Will they not swim on Sundays.

 क्या वे रविवार को नहीं तैरेंगे?

 

Also See:

Past Tense of Come

Past Tense of Fall

Past Tense of Lead

Past Tense of Read

Past Tense of Bite

 

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