Conversational English for Freelancers Part 15 – Future Indefinite Tense

Conversational English for Freelancers Part 15 – Future Indefinite Tense

Hello all? Today we will talk about Future tense. There are 4 types of future tense like others. They are future indefinite, future continuous, future perfect and future perfect continuous.


Future indefinite tense tells us about an action which will be promised to occur in future.


Subject + shall/will + Verb present form / base form + Rest of the sentence.

Let’s see some examples.

I will come to the meeting.

Rafiq will attend the wedding programme.

 Use of shall / will

Shall is used for showing confirmation. Which means when we use shall it can be confirmed or not confirmed action in future. But when we use will it represents confirmation which means it will must happen in the future.

Future indefinite tense is also known or considered as future progressive tense. It is also used to express an action which will be occurred in near future.

Example: The bus will leave the station at 1800 hrs.

The boys are leaving at 1650 hrs.

Negative Form

Now we will discuss the negative form of future indefinite tense.


Subject + shall / will + not + verb base form + rest of the sentence.

Let’s see some examples:

I will not do the same work again.

Kajol promises she will not fighting with her sister.

I hope you will not leave soon.

Interrogative Form

Now let’s see the interrogative form

Shall / Will + Subject + Verb base form +  rest of the sentence + ?


Will he come tomorrow?

Will Asif join with us in the picnic?

Let’s see how future tense affects online market place

From the above picture we can see that it’s a gig representation. In each and every gig we can see that the first line is used with future tense.

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