USE OF ‘ TO BE ‘ IN FUTURE (WILL BE/SHALL BE) CHAPTER 3-C TENSE LEARN WITH CONVERSATION

With the study point of view, I have categorized the lesson of TENSE in 3 sections –

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

 

TAP THE LINKS BELOW FOR PREVIOUS PARTS 

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

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

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

LET’S START

SECTION 1.b.1 DIFFERENT USES OF HAVE

 
 

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

USE OF WILL BE / SHALL BE 

 

Use of  ( will be, shall be) shows the future state/condition of the subject.

Example- This will be my car by tomorrow.

                  The weather will be fine by the next week.

                   Anu will be my next English teacher. 

(to be) will be/shall be

How to use will be/ shall be in a sentence-

I PERSON – Singular / Plural  – shall be

II and III PERSON Singular / Plural  – will be

Structure of Affirmative Sentence-

Subject+ will be/ shall be + complement 

Example- Ravita will be my best friend soon.

                 You will be happy by tomorrow.

                 I shall be a lawyer soon. 

                 We shall be together soon. 

 

Structure of Negative Sentence- 

 

Subject+ will/shall+ not / never +be+ complement

Example- Shivani will not happy today.

                 You will not be a thief.

                 I shall never be your friend.

Structure of Interrogative Sentences- 

Type-1

Will/Shall + subject+ be+ complement

Example- Will you be sad ?

                  Shall we be friends ever ?

Type-2

Structure of Interrogative Sentence- 

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

Example-

Why will he be sad ?

Type 3

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

Example-

               Which subject test  will there be tomorrow ? ?

               How many girls will there be  in the kitchen ?

               Which book will you read tomorrow ? 

Interrogative Negative 

The structures of all kinds of Interrogative Negatives of Simple Future is almost same , 

We only need to add NOT BE after the Subject

 …….. will/shall + subject + not + be  —–

 

Example- Will Rajeev not be a monitor?

                  When will you not happy ?

                  Which gift will you buy for her ?

Conversation based on Simple Future Tense

( use of ‘to be’ in Future  Tense )

( will be/shall be )

Disha: Nisha, , will you be my friend forever?

Nisha :  No, I won’t

Disha: But why so Nisha  ?

Nisha: Because you’ll be far from me soon.

 

Disha : No, No, I won’t be . I will never be.

Nisha: Promise

Disha : God Promise. Will Anu also be our friend?

Nisha : Yes, of course, she will also be.

Disha: That’s great.

Nisha : Now we’ll  all be friends forever.

Disha: Well , Nisha have you  an extra blue marker ?

Nisha : have you  an extra blue marker ?

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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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