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Simple Future tense is used to express an action that will be completed in the future. Some time expressions employed are next week-monthyear, tomorrow, tonight, on Monday, on+ specific date, etc. These are three forms used to express future action: A) The verb phrase with the use of will followed by a simple form of the verb:
Example: The kids will read her story next week. At 6:00 p.m. tonight, she will accept her first paycheck of the story she wrote.

B) The use of simple present tense with accompanying time expression:

Example: She sings at the theater tonight.

The contestants and the jurors rehearse at 8:00 am tomorrow

C) We can also use the forms: be + going to+ main verb

Example: We are going to report on Monday. Jarred is going to marry soon.


Future perfect tense indicates an action that will take place before another action will take place at a definite time in the future. It is formed by:
A) using shall or will + have + past participle
She will have finished her work before her classmates come tonight.

B) using am / is / are + going to have + past participle

Example: By the time she gets home, she is going to have cooked dinner.