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FUTURE TENSE
1) SIMPLE FUTURE TENSE:
Meaning: It indicates an action or event which is to be take place in future.
Here formula for future tense is as follows:
SUBJECT+HELPING VERB+VERB1+OBJECT

Here helping verbs are ‘SHALL’ followed with ‘I’ or ‘WE’ and ‘WILL’ followed with ‘THEY’ ,‘HE’ ,‘SHE’ ,‘YOU’ ,’IT’.
E.g.: I shall buy a car tomorrow.
In the above example, helping verb is ‘shall’ followed with ‘I’.
To make it interrogative, the formula is as follows:
HELPING VERB+SUBJECT+VERB1+OBJECT+?
To make it negative, the formula is as follows:
SUBJECT+HELPING VERB+’NOT’+VERB1+OBJECT
* He will deactivate his bank account tomorrow.
(N) He will not deactivate his bank account tomorrow.
(I) Will he deactivate his bank account tomorrow?

2) FUTURE CONTINUOUS TENSE:
Meaning: It is used to indicate an action which will be going on in future at certain time.
Here formula for future tense is as follows:
SUBJECT+HELPING VERB+VERB+ING+OBJECT

Here helping verbs are ‘SHALL’ and ‘WILL’.
E.g.: They will be enjoying new year eve this 31st December.
In the above example, helping verb is ‘I’.
To make it interrogative, the formula is as follows:
HELPING VERB+SUBJECT+VERB1+OBJECT+?
To make it negative, the formula is as follows:
SUBJECT+HELPING VERB+’NOT’+VERB1+OBJECT
* He will be doing exercise in morning.
(N) He will not be doing exercise in morning.
(I) Will he be doing exercise in morning?

3) FUTURE PERFECT TENSE:
Meaning: It indicates an action which will be completed before a certain point of time in future.
Here formula for future tense is as follows:
SUBJECT+HELPING VERB+HAVE+VERB3+OBJECT

Here helping verbs is ‘WILL’.
E.g.: I will have completed my task by end of the day.
In the above example, helping verb is ‘will’.…...

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