Grammar Guide: Simple Future Tense

With the start of a new year at hand, many of us are looking toward the future. One popular tradition in the United States, as well as other countries, is to make new year's resolutions. A new year's resolution is something that a person decides to accomplish or achieve in the following year.

Simple Future Tense
The future tense is used to describe events that have yet to happen. A common way to express your new year's resolutions (things that you will do/have in the future) is to use the future tense.

We form the future tense by using one of several combinations: 
or other verbs with future meanings.
  • I will lose weight.
  • I am going to get a new job.
  • intend to graduate from a university.
  • I plan on traveling to Japan.
  • I want to learn English.
What are some of your new year's resolutions?

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