3a) FUTURE INDEFINITE
Aff. : Sub+will/shall+V1
We shall play match.
They will meet you tomorrow.
Neg.. : Sub+will/shall+not+V1
They will not go to market.
Int. : Will/shall+sub+VI
Shall I take lunch?
Int. & Neg. : Will/shall+sub+not+V1
Will washerman not iron the clothes?
Note: Use shall with I and we only.
3b) FUTURE CONTINUOUS
Aff. : Sub+will/shall+be+V1+ing
He will be playing the match.
Neg. : Sub+will/shall+not+be+V1+ing
We shall not be cooking food.
Int. : Will/Shall+sub+be+V1+ing
Will Gardener be watering the plants?
Int. & Neg. : Will/Shall+sub+not+be+V1+ing
Will they not be going to see film?
3c) FUTURE PERFECT
Aff.. : Sub+will/shall+have+V3
Ravi will have killed the snake.
Neg. : Sub+will/shall+not+have+V3
She will not have taken tea.
Int. : Will/shall+Sub+have+V3
Will she have won the match?
Int. & Neg. : Will/shall+sub+not+have+V3
Will they not have gone to Rama’s house?
3d) FUTURE PERFECT CONTINUOUS
Aff. : Sub+willshall+have+been+VI+ing +since/for
They will have been flying kites since 6 O’clock.
Neg. : Sub+willshall+not+have+been+V1+ing +since/for
Sita will not have been waiting for 1 hour.
Int. : Will/shall+sub+have+been+V1+ing +since/for
Shall we have been writing since 10am?
Int. & Neg. : Will/shall+sub+not+have+been +V1+ing+since/for
Will students not have been learning the lesson since morning?