FUTURE ( 2 ) : will/shall

( information and prediction )

1. Forms = ( will + infinitive without to )
Examples:
a. Where will you spend the winter vacation?
b. It will be so warm tomorrow.
Note: Some people especially British, they use “shall” instead of I/we will but of course with the
same meaning in most situations. Contractions are I’ll, , you’ll, shan’t or won’t.
2. Use: giving information about the future: predicting
= ( will/shall + infinitive ) = used to give (ask for) information about the future.
Examples:
a. Will all your relatives come for the party some time next week?
b. My sister’s husband will work in Japan some time next year.

3. Conditional use
= will/shall is often used to express conditional ideas when we say what will happen
If something else happens
Examples:
a. If the sun is up, we’ll have swimming!
b. Don’t be absent tomorrow. Mr. Chan will be angry.
4. Future events already decided : will not used
Examples:
a. My friend is going to have her first baby.
b. I’m meeting our client in QQ’s Restaurant.
5. Not used in subordinate clauses : when I arrive
Examples:
a. I’ll cook food for dinner when I arrive.
b. I’ll watch television when I arrive home.
6. Other used of will and shall
Examples:
a. Shall I open my gift?
b. Will you accompany me tomorrow to meet Mr. Yamada?
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