Simple future indefinite tense I is used to generally indicate upcoming time means for future.
|Sub + will + action + obj + etc. He/she/it/name/you/they + will + action + obj + etc.|
Future indefinite tense examples
- I will play hockey now.
- She will learn computer course from F-tech.
- They will go for an evening walk today.
- She will reach on time here.
- He will get married.
- He will be a doctor next year.
Negative sentences (Future indefinite Tense I):
|Sub + will/shall + not + action + obj.|
- He won’t go with me there.
- She won’t help me at all.
- They won’t come at the party.
- The doctor won’t leave a single penny.
- I won’t play cards with us.
Interrogative sentences(future indefinite tense-i):
|Will/shall + Sub + action + obj?|
- Will they come to meet you daily?
- Will you start studying Geography?
- Will she solve the puzzle?
- Will your brother get ready for a picnic?
Interrogative negative sentences (Future indefinite Tense I):
- Will you not continue your further education?
- Will they not go abroad for higher study?
- Will she not go for an evening?
- Will your father not permit you to go to market?
|Won’t+ sub + action + obj?|
- Won’t she join Defence?
- Won’t he join the yoga class?
- Won’t Rahul face the interview?
- Won’t you drive me to the railway station?
- Won’t your principal ask for fee?
- Won’t your teacher accept leave application?