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‘HAVE’ IN SIMPLE FUTURE TENSE( Will have/Shall have)-USES & STRUCTURE TENSE: CHAPTER 4 D- LEARN WITH CONVERSATON​

TENSE: CHAPTER 4 D- STUCTURE AND USE OF 'HAVE' IN SIMPLE FUTURE TENSE( WILL HAVE/SHALL HAVE )-LEARN WITH CONVERSATON

THE CHAPTER INCLUDES 

1. Structure of  ‘have’ in Simple Future Tense  (Use of had)

2. Conversation based on use of ‘have’ in Simple Future Tense

HAVE in Simple Future Tense is used for having possessions

( in concrete / abstract form) in the coming future.

 

Example – I will have my new bike by next week.

                   She will not have her cup of tea by herself.

                   Shall I have by myself ?  

 How to use

In Simple Future will have/shall have 

will be used as an Auxiliary Verb .

 

How to use HAVE in a  Simple Future Tense

I PERSON – Singular / Plural  – shall have

II Person – Singular / Plural  –   will have

III PERSON- Singular – will have

III PERSON Plural – will have

Example 

I shall have this book by tomorrow. 

He will have a good sleep by evening 

You will have your sheets in two hours. 

 

BUT the condition becomes vice versa 

 if there is dire need to possess something in future 

I PERSON – Singular / Plural  – will have

II Person – Singular / Plural  –  shall have  have

III PERSON- Singular – shall have

III PERSON Plural – shall  have

 

Example 

 I will have this book anyhow by tomorrow.

He shall have a good sleep in any condition by evening.

Don’t worry, You will have your sheets back within two hours. 

 

The words ‘anyhow’ ,’within’, ‘in any condition’ are showing dire need .

Structure of Negative Sentence- 

Subject+ will/shall+ not+ have + complement

Example- Shivani will not have my piece of writing by tomorrow.

                  She shall not have  my mobile number in any condition now. 

NOTE: We can replace NOT with NO only in a condition 

when there in no use of DETERMINER before the

 noun and after has/have.

Example:- 

You will not have your lunch today ( Your- Possessive Determiner. )

You will have no lunch today.

She will not have any peace in her life now.  ( Any- Quantifier Determiner )

She will have no peace in her life now .  

Contracted Form

 Will Not – won’t

Shall Not- shan’t

Example

I shan’t have a new bike now.

She won’t have her reward by next month.

 

Structure of Interrogative Sentences- 

Type-1

Will / Shall+ subject + have  complement

Example-

            Will you like to have this beautiful pen of mine ?

           Shall I have some satisfaction after the meeting?    

            Will Priyanshu have any problem with test ?

 Type-2

Structure of Interrogative Sentence- 

W family word + will/shall+  subject ++ complement

Example-

Why will you have my purse ?

Who will have my pencils ?

Type 3

How/much/how many/ Whose/which+ Related Noun+ will/shall

+ Subject  + have + Complement

Example-

               How many bunches of grapes will you like to have ?

               How much coffee shall I have in my coffee mug?

               Which colour pen will you have  in your pencil box?

Interrogative Negative 

The structures of all kinds of Interrogative Negatives

 are almost the same, 

we only need to add NOT  after the Subject

 …….. will/shall + subject + not have +  complement

Example-

                Will you not have my gifts ?

                Why will  you not  have any good book  by

                next week?

                How many books will you not have in your library ?  

NOTE: But in Contracted Form , we 

will place NOT (won’t/shan’t+subject_ have  )

before the subject

Example:- 

Why won’t you have colours in your drawing test today?

How many pens shan’t I in my pencil pouch?

 

UNDERSTAND WITH CONVERSATION

TELEPHONIC CONVERSATION

Simran : Hello Ruchika

Ruchika : Yes Simran

Simran: Will you have one extra black pen with you in tomorrow’s test?
Ruchika  No’ I won’t. But why ?
Simran:  Actually , I just noticed, I am not having black pen. and it’s e night . I can’t go to buy . 
Ruchika: OK, don’t worry. I shall have one extra pen with me. 
Simran: OK, Thank you so much , Ruchika.

               Meet you in school in the morning.

PREVIOUS LESSONS

From the study point of view, I have categorized the lesson of TENSE into 3 sections –

I. Simple Tense (PRESENT/PAST/FUTURE) ( without the use of the main verb) 

a. Use of ‘to be’ in Present/Past/Future

b. Use of  ‘have’ in Present/Past/Future ( Possessives)

II. Use of Dummy Subject /Artificial Subject

a . There

b.  It

III. Use of the Main form of the verb.

TAP THE LINKS BELOW FOR PREVIOUS LESSONS

SEC TION 1.a.1Simple Present Tense ( without the use of the main verb)

SECTION 1.a.2  I. Simple Past Tense ( without the use of the main verb)

SECTION 1.a.3  I. Simple Future Tense ( without the use of the main verb

SECTION 1.b.1 DIFFERENT USES OF HAVE

SECTION 1.b.2 Uses and Formation of ‘Have’ in Simple Present Tense

SECTION 1.B.3 Uses and Formation of ‘ Have’ in Simple Past Tense

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I am Meena Kumari, PGT(English)+ B.ed. Teaching is my passion. Love to guide students in Grammar Learning and build up their writing skills.

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