25 Simple Future Tense Exercise with Answer

25 Simple Future Tense Exercise with Answers

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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.

  1. We … about the offer carefully. (think)
  2. They … to the annual event in Sydney. (come)
  3. Aisyah … about the situation at the uncle’s house. (ask)
  4. He … working on the activity report next week. (start)
  5. Our association … families in need. (help)
  6. Andy … in the United States for 4 years. (live)
  7. Mom … breakfast for all at 7 o’clock. (prepare)
  8. I … a letter to my friend in Spain. (write)
  9. Uncle … his debt gradually. (pay)
  10. They … the president at the state palace. (meet)
  11. The contractor … this project from the previous contractor. (continue)
  12. Aisyah … a speech at the meeting. (read)
  13. Mother … Akram to go to Japan. (allow)
  14. Akmal … mango trees with a new method. (plant)
  15. Japan … financial assistance to Indonesia. (offer)
  16. The principal … the 9th graders’ farewell ceremony. (attend)
  17. The government … opening schools during the Covid-19 pandemic. (consider)
  18. The bus … an uphill and narrow route. (pass)
  19. Officers … the plane that skidded on the runway. (pull)
  20. Aisyah … her research results to the leadership. (report)
  21. The joint team … for the missing climbers tomorrow morning. (search)
  22. Volunteers … food for flood victims. (cook)
  23. Dad … more space in the backyard. (add)
  24. We … you before you ask. (forgive)
  25. The plane … at the airport at 8 am. (arrive)

The Answer

  1. We will think about the offer carefully.
  2. They will come to the annual event in Sydney.
  3. Aisyah will ask about the situation at the uncle’s house.
  4. He will start working on the activity report next week.
  5. Our association will help families in need.
  6. Andy will live in the United States for 4 years.
  7. Mom will prepare breakfast for all at 7 o’clock.
  8. I will write a letter to my friend in Spain.
  9. Uncle will pay his debt gradually.
  10. They will meet the president at the state palace.
  11. The contractor will continue this project from the previous contractor.
  12. Aisyah will read a speech at the meeting.
  13. Mother will allow Akram to go to Japan.
  14. Akmal will plant mango trees with a new method.
  15. Japan will offer financial assistance to Indonesia.
  16. The principal will attend the 9th graders’ farewell ceremony.
  17. The government will consider opening schools during the Covid-19 pandemic.
  18. The bus will pass an uphill and narrow route.
  19. Officers will pull the plane that skidded on the runway.
  20. Aisyah will report her research results to the leadership.
  21. The joint team will search for the missing climbers tomorrow morning.
  22. Volunteers will cook food for flood victims.
  23. Dad will add more space in the backyard.
  24. We will forgive you before you ask.
  25. The plane will arrive at the airport at 8 am.

Vocabulary

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.

 

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