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Will



For future events

We use 'will' to say that something happens in the future.

I'll go (will go) on holiday to France next year.

You'll (you will) receive a pay rise next month.

He'll (he will) be very happy when he hears the good news about his brother.

She will start school next week.

It will be nice weather tomorrow.

We will get married in May this year.

They'll come to our wedding in Leeds.


Negative sentences:

I won't (will not) arrive on Monday.

You won't like that cake.

He won't be pleased to hear that.

She won't finish her test on time.

We won't play the piano any more, I promise.

They won't come to our party on Friday.


Questions and answers

Will I go there next week? Yes, I will.

Will you love me for ever? Yes, I will.

Will he go to university after college? No, he won't.

Will she visit us next summer? No, she won't.

Will they go out with us tonight? Yes, they will.


'Will' is often used with hope, maybe, think

Examples:

I hope it won't rain this weekend.

Maybe we'll go to the park this afternoon.

I think they'll get married soon.




       

1st conditional (for present and future)



We use 1st conditional to say that something is possible after something else happens.


Form:

If + present simple, will......

Examples:

If I learn English well, I will go to study in England.

If you study hard, you will get good grades.

If you get good grades at school, your parents will buy you a new computer.

If he leaves work at 6pm, he won't come home before 7pm.

If she starts saving money now, she'll have enough for a decent car next year.

If they don't stop shouting, I'll call the police!

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