Express Future Actions & Happenings

Description

Simple Future Tense

Get an introduction to the usage of future tense, and how to express actions, plans or probabilities in English.


Find out how future happenings, plans and probabilities are stated in English

Actions that are imminent need uttering in particular way involving a tense that indicative of a future time. Everything that has not happened as of now is a part of the future. It might happen after a few seconds, a few years or even after hundreds of years. Certainly, it is not easy to imagine what will happen, there is always a propensity of one thing or another to eventuate at a time that is forthcoming.

Talking about the future increases the possibility to make plans and predictions. People often engage in creating schedules and marvel what the weather will be like the following day or week. This micro-course will take you through the important facts about the English future tense. You will learn to know when, how and why to use the future tense.


Here is what you will achieve

By the end of the course, you will be able to …

  • negate the common belief that there is a Future Tense in English
  • speak about the future using auxiliary verbs
  • talk about the schedules, plans & predictions
  • differentiate between auxiliary verbs
  • use the present tense to talk about the future events

 


When will the course start?

Our courses start when you start. You can learn at your own pace anywhere anytime. It the course hasn’t started yet you’ll see the future date listed and counting down because the course is getting prepared for you.


Who is the course for?

This course is aimed at new aspiring English language learners, but may also be of interest to people looking for improving their knowledge and skills in English.


Who developed the course?

SYWPO Ltd.

SYWPO is the professional educational online institute. The registered academia offers personal skills development, continuous professional development, academic, vocational, study skills and non-academic trainings and accreditation for those learning, studying, and working personnel who are either progressively learning or developing themselves.