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English Future Tense Words List & Flashcards

English Future Tense Words List & Flashcards
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Rearrange the verb to make the following sentence into a question:

Shelby and Damien are going to see a movie tomorrow.

Are Shelby and Damien going to see a movie tomorrow?
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Rearrange the verb to make the following sentence into a question:

You won't be able to run in the marathon.

Won't you be able to run in the marathon?
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Rearrange the verb to make the following sentence into a question:

You will attend the party this weekend!

Will you attend the party this weekend?
Got it

Use going to to put this sentence in the future tense:

Jerome studies science every day.

Jerome is going to study science every day.
Got it

Use going to to put this sentence in the future tense:

Becca plays the violin at school.

Becca is going to play the violin at school.
Got it

Use will to put this sentence in the future tense:

Jerome ate too much at Thanksgiving dinner.

Jerome will eat too much at Thanksgiving dinner.
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Use will to put this sentence in the future tense:

Becca goes to the store.

Becca will go to the store.
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Flashcard Content Overview

This set of flashcards is designed to help students learning about the future tense in English. Use these flashcards to review some of the most common ways to speak and write in the future tense. You can practice using the verbs will and going to, as well as the contractions I'll and won't. This set also challenge you to take a complete sentence and then change it from a past or present tense sentence into a future tense sentence.

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Use will to put this sentence in the future tense:

Becca goes to the store.

Becca will go to the store.

Use will to put this sentence in the future tense:

Jerome ate too much at Thanksgiving dinner.

Jerome will eat too much at Thanksgiving dinner.

Use going to to put this sentence in the future tense:

Becca plays the violin at school.

Becca is going to play the violin at school.

Use going to to put this sentence in the future tense:

Jerome studies science every day.

Jerome is going to study science every day.

Rearrange the verb to make the following sentence into a question:

You will attend the party this weekend!

Will you attend the party this weekend?

Rearrange the verb to make the following sentence into a question:

You won't be able to run in the marathon.

Won't you be able to run in the marathon?

Rearrange the verb to make the following sentence into a question:

Shelby and Damien are going to see a movie tomorrow.

Are Shelby and Damien going to see a movie tomorrow?
I won't is a contraction for _____.
I will not.
The contraction for she will is _____.
she'll
Make the following contraction negative: It'll rain tonight!
It won't rain tonight! - It'll rain is short for it will rain. When made negative and a contraction, it will not rain becomes it won't rain.
Events that have yet to take place are written about in the _____ tense.
Future

Substitute a contraction below:

We will not wait any longer.

We won't wait any longer.

Substitute a contraction below:

They will be so happy to see you!

They'll be so happy to see you!

Use going to to put this sentence in future tense.

Samantha visited Toby.

Samantha is going to visit Toby.

Use will to put this sentence in future tense.

Toby swims with Samantha at the pool.

Toby will swim with Samantha at the pool.

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