20 Sentences of Future Indefinite Tense! We use the future indefinite tense to refer to a future action or state. To form the future indefinite tense put the auxiliary verb will before the base or first form of the verb.
In this article, you’ll learn 20 sentences of future indefinite tense with a structure of positive, negative and interrogative sentences.
Positive Sentences of Future Indefinite Tense
Structure: Subject + Will + Base of Main Verb + Object
- They will take their ﬁnal paper on Friday.
- I will submit my report on Tuesday.
- It will take many years for temperatures to return to normal.
- Ahmad will leave next month.
- I think it will be extremely hot there in the afternoon.
- The talented student in the class will get a special trophy.
- The doctor will lend me some money.
- They will deliver the package to your house.
Negative Sentences of Future Indefinite Tense
The negative sentences can be formed in the future indefinite tense by placing not between the main and auxiliary verbs.
Structure: Subject + Will + Not + Base of Main Verb + Object
- I will not deal with him later.
- They will not wear protective clothing at all times.
- The company will not announce the winners on TV.
- You will not ﬁnd anything over there.
- This quantity of food will not feed six dogs.
- I will not mention his name in the office.
Note: Will and not are often contracted, i.e., will + not = won’t
Interrogative Sentences of Future Indefinite Tense
The questions formed with modal auxiliary verb will in the future indefinite tense can be answered in yes or no. After the auxiliary will, place the subject and the main verb.
Structure: Will + Subject + Base of Main Verb + Object
- Will I help you with that?
- Will she lie to us?
- Will they keep this issue secret?
- Will you need help with your homework?
- Will they travel to Maine?
- Will Tom find a new job by Friday?