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Future Conditionals

Future Real Conditional

FORM

[If / When … simple present …, … simple future …]

[… simple future … if / when … simple present …]

Notice that there is no future in the if- or when-clause.

USE

The future real conditional (also called conditional 1) describes what you think you will do in a specific situation in the future. It is different from other real conditional forms because, unlike the present or the past, you do not know what will happen in the future. Although this form is called “real”, you are usually imagining or guessing about the future. It is called “real” because it is still possible that the action might occur in the future. Carefully study the following examples and compare them to the future unreal conditional examples further down the page.

Examples:

  • If I go to my friend’s house for dinner tonight, I will take a bottle of wine or some flowers.
    I am still not sure if I will go to his house or not.
  • When I have a day off from work, I am going to go to the beach.
    I have to wait until I have a day off.
  • If the weather is nice, she is going to walk to work.
    It depends on the weather.
  • Jerry will help me with my homework when he has time.
    I have to wait until he has time.
  • I am going to read if there is nothing on TV.
    It depends on the TV schedule.
  • A: What are you going to do if it rains?
    B: I am going to stay at home.

IMPORTANT If / When

Both “if” and “when” are used in the future real conditional, but the use is different from other real conditional forms. In the future real conditional, “if” suggests that you do not know if something will happen or not. “When” suggests that something will definitely happen at some point; we are simply waiting for it to occur. Notice also that the Simple Future is not used in if-clauses or when-clauses.

Examples:

  • When you call me, I will give you the address.
    You are going to call me later, and at that time, I will give you the address.
  • If you call me, I will give you the address.
    If you want the address, you can call me.

Future Unreal Conditional

FORM 1 (Most Common Form)

[If … simple past …, … would + verb …]

[… would + verb … if … simple past …]

Notice that this form looks the same as Present Unreal Conditional.

USE

The future unreal conditional is used to talk about imaginary situations in the future. It is not as common as the future real conditional because English speakers often leave open the possibility that anything MIGHT happen in the future. It is only used when a speaker needs to emphasize that something is impossible. Because this form looks like Present Unreal Conditional, many native speakers prefer Form 2 described below.

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Examples:

  • If I had a day off from work next week, I would go to the beach.
    I don’t have a day off from work.
  • I am busy next week. If I had time, I would come to your party.
    I can’t come.
  • Jerry would help me with my homework tomorrow if he didn’t have to work.
    He does have to work tomorrow.

FORM 2

[If … were + present participle …, … would be + present participle …]

[… would be + present participle … if … were + present participle …]

USE

Form 2 of the future unreal conditional is also used to talk about imaginary situations in the future. Native speakers often prefer this form over Form 1 to emphasize that the conditional form is in the future rather than the present. Also notice in the examples below that this form can be used in the if-clause, the result, or both parts of the sentence.

Examples:

  • If I were going to Fiji next week, I would be taking my scuba diving gear with me. In if-clause and result
    I am not going to go to Fiji and I am not going to take my scuba gear with me.
  • If I were not visiting my grandmother tomorrow, I would help you study. In if-clause
    I am going to visit my grandmother tomorrow.
  • I am busy next week. If I had time, I would be coming to your party. In result
    I am not going to come to your party.

FORM 3

[If … were going to + verb …, … would be + present participle …]

[… would be + present participle … if … were going to + verb …]

USE

Form 3 of the future unreal conditional is a variation of Form 2 which is also used to talk about imaginary situations in the future. Notice that this form is only different from Form 2 in the if-clause. Native speakers use Form 3 to emphasize that the conditional form is a plan or prediction in the same way “be going to” is used to indicate a plan or prediction.

Examples:

  • If I were going to go to Fiji next week, I would be taking my scuba diving gear with me.
    I am not going to go to Fiji and I am not going to take my scuba gear with me.
  • If I were not going to visit my grandmother tomorrow, I would help you study.
    I am going to visit my grandmother tomorrow.

IMPORTANT Only use “If”

Only the word “if” is used with the past unreal conditional because you are discussing imaginary situations. “When” cannot be used.

Examples:

  • I would buy that computer tomorrow when it were cheaper. Not Correct
  • I would buy that computer tomorrow if it were cheaper. Correct

EXCEPTION Conditional with Modal Verbs

There are some special conditional forms for modal verbs in English:

would + can = could

would + shall = should

would + may = might

The words “can,” “shall” and “may” cannot be used with “would.” Instead, they must be used in these special forms.

Examples:

  • If I went to Egypt next year, I would can learn Arabic. Unfortunately, that’s not possible. Not Correct
  • If I went to Egypt next year, I could learn Arabic. Unfortunately, that’s not possible. Correct

The words “could,” should,” “might” and “ought to” include conditional, so you cannot combine them with “would.”

Examples:

  • If I didn’t have to work tonight, I would could go to the fitness center. Not Correct
  • If I didn’t have to work tonight, I could go to the fitness center. Correct

Future Real Conditional vs. Future Unreal Conditional

To help you understand the difference between the future real conditional and the future unreal conditional, compare the examples below:

Examples:

  • If you help me move tomorrow, I will buy you dinner. Future Real Conditional
    I don’t know if you can help me.
  • If you helped me move tomorrow, I would buy you dinner. Future Unreal Conditional
    You can’t help me, or you don’t want to help me.
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Future Conditional Exercises

Conditional Exercise 7Future Real Conditional
Conditional Exercise 8Future Real Conditional vs. Future Unreal Conditional

[NEW] Simple Future Tense | future with will – NATAVIGUIDES

Simple Future

The simple future verb tense has two different forms in English, will and be going to. Although the two forms can sometimes be used interchangeably, they often express two very different meanings: will is used for offers and be going to is used for plans. Read on for detailed descriptions, examples, and simple future exercises.

Simple Future Forms

FORM Will

The will form of simple future is made with will + verb. Questions are indicated by inverting the subject and will. Negatives are made with not.

  • Statement:

    You will help him later.

  • Question:

    Will you help him later?

  • Negative:

    You will not help him later.

FORM Be Going To

The be-going-to form of simple future is made using am/is/are + going to + verb. Questions are indicated by inverting the subject and am/is/are. Negatives are made with not.

  • Statement:

    You are going to meet Jane tonight.

  • Question:

    Are you going to meet Jane tonight?

  • Negative:

    You are not going to meet Jane tonight.

Complete List of Simple Future Forms

Simple Future Uses

The simple future (also called future simple or future indefinite) is a verb tense which is used to show that an action will take place at a specific time in the future. The simple future is also used to talk about future habits and future generalizations. In many ways, the verb tense behaves like the simple past.

However, the simple future has two different forms will and be going to. Study the uses below to learn how to choose between the two forms.

USE 1 Will to Express a Voluntary Action

Will often suggests that a speaker will do something voluntarily. A voluntary action is one the speaker offers to do for someone else. Often, we use will to respond to someone else’s complaint or request for help. We also use will when we request that someone help us or volunteer to do something for us. Similarly, we use will not or won’t when we refuse to do something voluntarily.

Examples:

  • I will send you the information when I get it.
  • I will translate the email, so Mr. Smith can read it.
  • Will you help me move this heavy table?
  • Will you make dinner?
  • I will not do your homework for you.
  • I won’t do all the housework myself!
  • A: I’m really hungry.
    B: I‘ll make some sandwiches.
  • A: I’m so tired. I’m about to fall asleep.
    B: I‘ll get you some coffee.
  • A: The phone is ringing.
    B: I‘ll get it.

USE 2 Will to Express a Promise

Will is usually used in promises.

Examples:

  • I will call you when I arrive.
  • If I am elected President of the United States, I will make sure everyone has access to inexpensive health insurance.
  • I promise I will not tell him about the surprise party.
  • Don’t worry, I‘ll be careful.
  • I won’t tell anyone your secret.

USE 3 Be going to to Express a Plan

Be going to expresses that something is a plan. It expresses the idea that a person intends to do something in the future. It does not matter whether the plan is realistic or not.

Examples:

  • He is going to spend his vacation in Hawaii.
  • She is not going to spend her vacation in Hawaii.
  • A: When are we going to meet each other tonight?
    B: We are going to meet at 6 PM.
  • I‘m going to be an actor when I grow up.
  • Michelle is going to begin medical school next year.
  • They are going to drive all the way to Alaska.
  • Who are you going to invite to the party?
  • A: Who is going to make John’s birthday cake?
    B: Sue is going to make John’s birthday cake.

USE 4 Will or Be Going to to Express a Prediction

Both will and be going to can express the idea of a general prediction about the future. Predictions are guesses about what might happen in the future. In prediction sentences, the subject usually has little control over the future and therefore USES 1-3 do not apply. In the following examples, there is no difference in meaning.

Examples:

  • The year 2222 will be a very interesting year.
  • The year 2222 is going to be a very interesting year.
  • John Smith will be the next President.
  • John Smith is going to be the next President.
  • The movie “Zenith” will win several Academy Awards.
  • The movie “Zenith” is going to win several Academy Awards.

IMPORTANT

In the simple future, it is not always clear which USE the speaker has in mind. Often, there is more than one way to interpret a sentence’s meaning.

No Future in Time Clauses

Like all future forms, the simple future cannot be used in clauses beginning with time expressions such as when, while, before, after, by the time, as soon as, if, unless, etc. Instead of simple future, simple present is used.

Examples:

  • When you will arrive tonight, we will go out for dinner. Not Correct
  • When you arrive tonight, we will go out for dinner. Correct

ADVERB PLACEMENT

The examples below show the placement for grammar adverbs such as: always, only, never, ever, still, just, etc.

Examples:

  • You will never help him.
  • Will you ever help him?
  • You are never going to meet Jane.
  • Are you ever going to meet Jane?

ACTIVE / PASSIVE

Examples:

  • John will finish the work by 5:00 PM. Active
  • The work will be finished by 5:00 PM. Passive
  • Sally is going to make a beautiful dinner tonight. Active
  • A beautiful dinner is going to be made by Sally tonight. Passive

More About Active / Passive Forms

Simple Future Exercises


شرح قواعد اللغة الانجليزية | المستقبل البسيط | Future with will |


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Book 3 Unit 10 Future with will


Book 3 Unit 10 Future with will

What are you going to do? Simple Future Tense – Will/ Be Going To/ Be+ing


In English, there are several ways of talking about events in the future. Present Continuous is used for arrangements, when it’s about a plan with a specific time and date. Be Going To is used for intentions and predictions based on current circumstances.
Simple Future Will is used for promises, requests, instant decisions, predictions and future facts.

What are you going to do? Simple Future Tense - Will/ Be Going To/ Be+ing

3- شرح زمن المستقبل البسيط في اللغه الانجليزيه Future Simple Tense


شرح بسيط وشامل لزمن المستقبل البسيط Future simple في اللغه الانجليزيه , وهو زمن سهل جدا وبسيط لكنه مهم ونستخدمه كتير جداااااااا وله صورتين فقط
Will و Be going to
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ودول بعض الدروس السابقه في اللغه الانجليزيه
شرح زمن المضارع البسيط Present Simple Tense
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شرح زمن الماضي البسيط Past simple tense
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3- شرح زمن المستقبل البسيط في اللغه الانجليزيه Future Simple Tense

Simple Future with Will


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