Examples of
Simple Future Tense

The following examples of Simple Future tense will help you understand and use this tense properly and naturally.

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Note: the Simple Future verbs are italics.

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Simple Future Tense Example Sentences

Future actions or future states (not plans):

They will dance all night long.

Next month he will be ten years old.

How old will he be next month?

It will be very cold in the winter.

This winter will not be so cold.

I hope you will have a successful trip.

I hope you will not be disappointed.

He won't be late again.

What time will he arrive?

She will be very happy when she finds out.

We will eat in ten minutes.

You will see him in a minute.

I believe it will be a very nice party.

Promises or intentions:

I will always help you.

We will win this match!

I will drop by later.

Will you come with us?

We will stay for dinner.

I won't give up.

I will do it tomorrow.

I will fix the car as soon as I can.

We won't tell anyone about it.

The above examples of Simple Future Tense are here to help you understand and use this tense properly and naturally.

You should also get familiar with its usage and rules – visit the Simple Future Tense page to help you with that.

For exercises visit the Simple Future Exercises.

Check out the other tenses:

Simple Present

Simple Past

Simple Future

Present Progressive

Past Progressive

Future Progressive

Present Perfect

Past Perfect

Future Perfect

Present Perfect Progressive

Past Perfect Progressive

Future Perfect Progressive

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