Will - future predictions

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Will – future predictions

We can use will to make predictions about the future.

I will be a teacher.
He'll travel around the world.
You won't have any problems.

How to use it

We can contract will, especially when we're speaking.

I'll live in a big city when I'm older.
She'll have lots of pets.

For negatives, use not. We usually contract will and not to make won't.

We will not drive normal cars. = We won't drive normal cars.
Children will not go to school in the future. = Children won't go to school in the future.

Use the infinitive without to after will and won't.

My friend will be a firefighter.
I won't forget my friends when I grow up.

For questions, change the order of will and the person.

Will you get married?
Where will she live?

Average: 3.3 (37 votes)

Submitted by MisterSphinx5 on Sat, 22/06/2024 - 09:30


So easy.10/10.

Submitted by TopazXylophone… on Wed, 14/04/2021 - 11:33

easy...i did this to prepare for a classtest, not sure if it will help

Hi TopazXylophoneTonight,

Good luck for your class test!


Best wishes,


LearnEnglish Kids team

Submitted by LadyRapDaisy on Fri, 16/10/2020 - 15:16

YESSS!!!!!! I GOT 10/10 IN BOTH!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Submitted by MissFairy50 on Fri, 03/07/2020 - 04:21

The questions are easy so I got full marks.

Submitted by SapphireFire3000 on Tue, 31/03/2020 - 20:30

this is easy peasy lemon squeezy i got 100%

Submitted by LadyDoveRiver on Tue, 31/03/2020 - 10:08

I done it 100%.I Like it so much.That's very good. I will practice again will and won't

Submitted by PinkTambourine90 on Fri, 31/01/2020 - 01:13

This exercise is easy peasy lemon squeezy. Anyone could do this.

Submitted by WowPlasticGiga… on Fri, 20/09/2019 - 12:28

it is easy

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