FUTURE TENSE: AN INTRODUCTION
The future tense is used when talking about something that will happen in the future. The future is formed by using models; will, shall, and 'be going to'.
The future tense is formed with will or shall and the verb's base form to express an action or state of being that will occur.
Examples of sentences:
(1) He will come today.
(2) He will be coming today.
(3) He will have come today.
(4) He will have been coming today.
FORMS/TYPES OF FUTURE TENSE
There are four forms of Future Tense. These are:
(1) Simple Future Tense
(2) Future Continuous Tense
(3) Future Perfect Tense
(4) Future Perfect Continuous Tense
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