We all are well aware of the term future means the time/event which will exist later or is yet to happen. Similarly, the future indefinite tense defines the action or event which takes place in the future. The exact time of the action is not known because of the indefinite tense.
The simple future tense uses the first form of the verb, while the auxiliary/helping verbs (will) and (shall) are used. Most of the time we will be using (will) because the use shall have been decreased.
Future Indefinite Tense – فعل مستقبل مطلق
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What is Simple Future Tense
The future simple tense is when you can’t tell something will happen because it hasn’t happened yet. We use it in English to talk about a possible time that might happen in the future, or even to talk about a time that didn’t happen in the past but could have happened.
Most people don’t know how important future indefinite tense is, and they don’t use it correctly. But let’s look at some examples of this tense so we can get a better idea of what it’s used for:
|Sara will sing a song.||سارہ ایک گانا گائیں گی۔|
|I shall work hard.||میں محنت کروں گا۔|
|Will he like the lesson?||کیا وہ سبق پسند کرے گا؟|
|You will not clean up the ness.||آپ نیس کو صاف نہیں کریں گے۔|
|They will go to Turkey by plane.|
You can see from these examples that we use the simple future tense when we can’t tell whether or not something will happen. It also helps give information about a possible time in the future without having to tell exactly when that time is or wasn’t.
Future Indefinite Tense – Affirmative Sentences
The affirmative or assertive sentences in future simple tense are used to describe in favor of expressions of opinion, beliefs, and facts which may later be considered correct at some point. In other words, assertive sentences are written in support of future work which, the subject is going to do.
Subject + Auxiliary (will/shall) + Verb (1st form) + Object.
|We will be back soon.||ہم جلد ہی واپس آ جائیں گے۔|
|I will give you a call later.||میں آپ کو بعد میں کال کروں گا۔|
You would probably be thinking that why I have used (be) after (will) is because we use it in the future continuous tense. To answer it consider the above sentence without (be) it will become “We will back soon.” which does not make sense is completely wrong to complete the meaning of the sentence we are adding be so it is not the part of the helping verb.
|You will like the food very much.||آپ کو کھانا بہت پسند آئے گا۔|
|You will do it right away.||آپ اسے فوراً کریں گے۔|
|They will be here a few months later.||وہ چند ماہ بعد یہاں ہوں گے۔|
|Adam will be in the room next door.||آدم ساتھ والے کمرے میں ہوگا۔|
Remember the (be) used after (will) is not the part of the auxiliary verb it is itself a verb defining the presence of the Subject.
Indefinite Future Tense – Negative Sentences
To describe what we will not do in the future or to deny the future work. In other words, we can say that telling what will not happen in the coming time are simple future negative sentences.
Subject + Auxiliary (will/shall) + Not + Verb (1st form) + Object.
|We will not be back soon.||ہم جلد واپس نہیں آئیں گے۔|
|I will not give you a call later.||میں آپ کو بعد میں کال نہیں کروں گا۔|
|You will not like the food very much.||آپ کو کھانا زیادہ پسند نہیں آئے گا۔|
|You will not do it right away.||آپ اسے فوراً نہیں کریں گے۔|
|They will not be here a few months later.||وہ چند ماہ بعد یہاں نہیں ہوں گے۔|
|Adam will not be in the room next door.||آدم ساتھ والے کمرے میں نہیں ہوگا۔|
(be) is used as a verb in the above sentences.
Future Simple Tense – Interrogative Sentences
In the future, indefinite questions are not a difficult task. This is as easy as we did before in the previous tenses, the past indefinite, and the present indefinite. We just have to take the helping verb at the start of the sentence and the rest of the structure remains.
Auxiliary (will/shall) + Subject + Verb (1st form) + Object.
|Will we be back soon?||کیا ہم واپس آ جائیں گے؟|
|will I give you a call later?||کیا میں آپ کو بعد میں کال کروں گا؟|
|Will you like the food very much?||کیا آپ کو کھانا بہت پسند آئے گا؟|
|Will you do it right away?||کیا آپ اسے فوراً کریں گے؟|
|Will they be here a few months later?||کیا وہ چند ماہ بعد یہاں ہوں گے؟|
|Will Adam be in the room next door?||کیا آدم ساتھ والے کمرے میں ہوگا؟|
Importance and Uses
Future indefinite tense is very important for the writers because it provides a good time frame for the readers. It makes the reader understand the time that nearly the action will take place. It is also a habit to use this tense because it is mostly used in everyday life. This makes it easy to use by the writers. Some of the uses of the simple future tense are as follows:
- We use it to talk about the future events or facts which are supposed to take place or exist in the future. For example, We shall see him tomorrow.
- The other use is that it is used to make promises, threats, and offers. For example, No doubt I shall pay you back your money soon.
- It is used for an action that one has already decided to perform in the future but does not have any definite time period for its performance. For example, I shall visit my native town next month.
- Sometimes we use it with an if-clause when we want to express a hypothetical condition and its probable result in the future tense. For example, If he works hard, he shall pass his examination this year