Unit 2.1

Future Simple Interrogative


The future is the tense used to express future events. We use the future simple structure to introduce predictions, beliefs or intentions about the future.

When expressed in its interrogative form, the verb is used to ask something about the subject.

The future simple, in its interrogative form, has this structure:
Will + subject + verb + …?


Yes/no questions

  • 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?

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.

We use the future simple, in the interrogative form, to ask for predictions, beliefs or intentions about the future.

When we use future simple in its interrogative form, we start with will followed by the subject and the verb in its base form (the sentence ends with a question mark).

For example:
— “Will you go to the supermarket today?” = The sentence is in the future simple interrogative, so we start with will and we use the base form of the verb to go (go).

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


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