Simple Future Tense Exercise with Answers
A simple future tense is a form of the verb used to express that action occurs in the future, spontaneously or planned.
- We … about the offer carefully. (think)
- They … to the annual event in Sydney. (come)
- Aisyah … about the situation at the uncle’s house. (ask)
- He … working on the activity report next week. (start)
- Our association … families in need. (help)
- Andy … in the United States for 4 years. (live)
- Mom … breakfast for all at 7 o’clock. (prepare)
- I … a letter to my friend in Spain. (write)
- Uncle … his debt gradually. (pay)
- They … the president at the state palace. (meet)
- The contractor … this project from the previous contractor. (continue)
- Aisyah … a speech at the meeting. (read)
- Mother … Akram to go to Japan. (allow)
- Akmal … mango trees with a new method. (plant)
- Japan … financial assistance to Indonesia. (offer)
- The principal … the 9th graders’ farewell ceremony. (attend)
- The government … opening schools during the Covid-19 pandemic. (consider)
- The bus … an uphill and narrow route. (pass)
- Officers … the plane that skidded on the runway. (pull)
- Aisyah … her research results to the leadership. (report)
- The joint team … for the missing climbers tomorrow morning. (search)
- Volunteers … food for flood victims. (cook)
- Dad … more space in the backyard. (add)
- We … you before you ask. (forgive)
- The plane … at the airport at 8 am. (arrive)
- We will think about the offer carefully.
- They will come to the annual event in Sydney.
- Aisyah will ask about the situation at the uncle’s house.
- He will start working on the activity report next week.
- Our association will help families in need.
- Andy will live in the United States for 4 years.
- Mom will prepare breakfast for all at 7 o’clock.
- I will write a letter to my friend in Spain.
- Uncle will pay his debt gradually.
- They will meet the president at the state palace.
- The contractor will continue this project from the previous contractor.
- Aisyah will read a speech at the meeting.
- Mother will allow Akram to go to Japan.
- Akmal will plant mango trees with a new method.
- Japan will offer financial assistance to Indonesia.
- The principal will attend the 9th graders’ farewell ceremony.
- The government will consider opening schools during the Covid-19 pandemic.
- The bus will pass an uphill and narrow route.
- Officers will pull the plane that skidded on the runway.
- Aisyah will report her research results to the leadership.
- The joint team will search for the missing climbers tomorrow morning.
- Volunteers will cook food for flood victims.
- Dad will add more space in the backyard.
- We will forgive you before you ask.
- The plane will arrive at the airport at 8 am.
|think||:||to use your mind to consider something, to form connected ideas, to try to solve problems, etc.|
|come||:||to move to or towards a person or place.|
|ask||:||to say or write something in the form of a question, in order to get information.|
|start||:||to begin doing or using something.|
|help||:||to make it easier or possible for somebody to do something by doing something for them or by giving them something that they need.|
|live||:||to have your home in a particular place.|
|prepare||:||to make something or somebody ready to be used or to do something.|
|write||:||to make letters or numbers on a surface, especially using a pen or a pencil.|
|pay||:||to give somebody money for work, goods, services, etc.|
|meet||:||to be in the same place as somebody by chance and talk to them.|
|continue||:||to keep existing or happening without stopping.|
|read||:||to look at and understand the meaning of written or printed words or symbols|
|allow||:||to let somebody/something do something; to let something happen or be done.|
|plant||:||to put plants, seeds, etc. in the ground to grow.|
|offer||:||to say that you are willing to give something to somebody.|
|attend||:||to be present at an event.|
|consider||:||to think about something carefully, especially in order to make a decision.|
|pass||:||to move past or to the other side of somebody/something.|
|pull||:||to take hold of something and use force in order to move it or try to move it towards yourself.|
|report||:||a written or spoken account of an event, especially one that is published or broadcast.|
|search||:||an attempt to find somebody/something, especially by looking carefully for them/it.|
|cook||:||to prepare food by heating it, for example by boiling, baking, or frying it.|
|add||:||to put something together with something else so as to increase the size, number, amount, etc.|
|forgive||:||to stop feeling angry with somebody who has done something to harm, annoy, or upset you; to stop feeling angry with yourself.|
|arrive||:||to get to a place, especially at the end of a journey.|