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Futuro Simple

Construcción: will/shall + infinitivo

Verbo ejemplar: clean
I will clean  We will clean
You will cleanYou (guys) will clean
He/she/it will clean  They will clean
Se emplea el Futuro Simple cuando expresamos una promesa.
  • They will allow them to go home.
  • My uncle shall be at the meeting.
  • I will do my best.
  • He told me he’ll do his chores.
  • I will do my homework.
  • I promise you I’ll pass my exams.
Se utiliza el Futuro Simple para hacer una predicción sobre el futuro.
  • I’m sure their wedding will bring lots of joy.
  • Next year will be a great surprise.
  • I honestly don’t know what will happen if Real Madrid wins the finals.
  • I reckon he’ll come, although we can’t be so sure.
  • I’m not sure if Jennifer will bring us our work.
Se usa el Futuro Simple para expresar una acción voluntaria, generalmente para una decisión espontánea justo en el momento en el que ocurre.
  • Can you help me, please? Yes, I’ll give you a hand right now.
  • Could you send me the check, please? Yes, I will send it to you.
  • When will my meal be ready? The chef shall prepare your meal now, sir.
  • He will make the order.
  • I’ll see you tonight.
Hay muchas semejanzas entre ‘will’ y la forma parecida ‘be going to’. Por ejemplo, ambas pueden significar ‘una intención’ o ‘una predicción’.
Una intención:
  • ‘I am going to October feast this year’.
  • ‘I will go to October feast this year’.
Una predicción:
  • ‘I think this man is going to be the next president of the United States’.
  • ‘I think this man will be the next president of the United States’. 

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