Future Simple – Interrogative

Verbs

The Future is the tense used to talk about future events. We use the Future Simple structure to introduce predictions, beliefs or intentions about the future and we are usually certain that these events will or will not happen.

The Interrogative form is used to ask questions.

The Interrogative form of this kind of future has this structure:
Will + subject + base form of the verb + (?).

WILL   SUBJECT        VERB   QUESTION MARK
Will I work ?
Will you work ?
Will he work ?
Will she work ?
Will it work ?
Will we work ?
Will you work ?
Will they work ?
  1. Yes/no questions
    • Will you be late?
    • Will you dance with me?
    • Will you buy this?
  2. Wh-questions
    • What will you wear tonight?
    • Where will you sit?
    • When will you finish your exercises?

Future Simple in its Interrogative form is used to:

  1. Make Yes/No Questions about people’s intentions;
  2. Wh-Questions about people’s intentions.

We use the Future Simple to introduce predictions, beliefs or intentions about the future and we are usually certain that these events will happen. When used in its Interrogative form, we can use it to form questions.

The Future Simple in its Interrogative form has this structure:
Will + subject + base form of the verb + (?) (e.g. Will you go?).

For example:
— “Will you go to the supermarket today?” = In this case we use the Future Simple because we ask information about someone’s future intentions.

Let’s revise this content within the [Form] section. Take a look at the [Example] section that shows its use within a context.