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A1 Level Future Simple 'Will' Exercise: Practice for the Future

Beginner - Elementary

Complete the sentences using future simple and click on the time expression:


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James  (read) tomorrow




All parts of Grammar activity future simple task 1:

Part1   Part2   Part3   Part4   Part5  

Frequently asked questions (FAQ)

What is the Future Simple tense in English grammar?

The Future Simple tense, also known as the Simple Future tense, is a verb tense used to describe actions that will occur in the future. It is formed using the auxiliary verb `will` and the base form of the verb.

When is the Future Simple tense used?

The Future Simple tense is used to describe actions that will occur at a specific time in the future, or actions that are certain to happen in the future. It is often used to make predictions, promises, or plans.

How can I practice using the Future Simple tense?

English Portal has activities for practicing the Future Simple tense, such as grammar exercises, quizzes, and games. You can also practice by listening to examples of the Future Simple tense in use, and by trying to use it in your own speaking and writing.

What are some common mistakes made when using the Future Simple tense?

Common mistakes when using the Future Simple tense include using it to describe actions that are not certain or planned, using it to describe ongoing actions in the future, or using the wrong form of the verb.

Can other words besides `will` be used to form the Future Simple tense?

Yes, other modal auxiliary verbs such as `shall` or `going to` can also be used to form the Future Simple tense. `Going to` is used to describe actions that are planned or intended in the near future, while `shall` is used to express promises, suggestions, or orders.


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