We use future simple, in its affirmative and negative form to:
- Make promises;
- Make spontaneous decisions;
- Express hopes, opinions or predictions.
We use future simple, in its interrogative form, to ask for information about the future:
- Making yes/no questions about people’s intentions;
- Making wh-questions about people’s intentions.
In affirmative and negative
- I will be there, I promise!
I won’t go there, I promise!
- She promises she will wear a bikini.
She promises she won’t wear a bikini.
- We will tell you if he shows up.
We won’t tell you if he shows up.
- I’m cold, I will put my gloves on!
I’m not cold, I won’t put my gloves on.
- Sure, he’ll come tonight.
Sure, he won’t come tonight.
- No worries, they’ll call you back.
No worries, they won’t call you back!
- I hope you will leave soon.
I hope you won’t leave soon.
- I think she will pay with cash.
I think she won’t pay with cash.
- In my opinion, they will buy this business.
In my opinion, they won’t buy this business.
- Will you bring your student card?
- Will she wear her dress?
- Will they leave a tip?
- What will you wear tonight?
- Where will the poor sit?
- When will we finish these cheques?