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  1. 1. Functional English Presentation No 1 Prepared By: Daniyal Ahmad Submitted to Prof.M Wasif
  2. 2. FUTURE INDEFINITE TENSE “The future indefinite tense is used to express an action that will occur or happen in the future.” Main Verb: 1st form of verb Auxiliary Verb: “Will”
  3. 3. Affirmative Sentences Def: Affirmative form is used to express the validity or truth of a basic assertion. Rule: Subject+Will+1st form of verb + Object. Examples:  He will come here tomorrow.  They will send us a mail.  I will meet him today.
  4. 4. Negative Sentences Def: A negative sentence states that something is not true or incorrect. A negative adverb has to be added in order to negate or “cancel” the validity of the sentence. Rule: Subject + Will + NOT + 1st form of Verb + Object. Examples:  He will not buy a car.  He will not do this again.  I shall not go with you.
  5. 5. Interrogative Sentences Def: Interrogative sentence is a type of sentence that asks a question. (?) Rule: Will+Subject+1st form of Verb + Object+? Examples:  Will she marry him?  Will you help me?  Will he call him tomorrow?
  6. 6. ActiveAnd Passive voice Future Indefinite Tense
  7. 7. Active/Passive (Affirmative Sentences) Active: Subject + will/shall + first form of the verb + object. Note: “The sentence (She will come tomorrow) doesn't have an object. Therefore we cannot convert it into the passive.” Passive: Object+ will/shall + be + 3rd form of verb + by + subject.
  8. 8. Examples(Affirmative) 1. Active: I will write a letter. Passive: A letter will be written by me. 2. Active: John will learn the lesson. Passive: The lesson will be learnt by John.
  9. 9. Negative Sentence Active: Subject + will/shall +NOT+ first form of the verb + object. Passive: Object+ will/shall +NOT+ be + 3rd form of verb + by + subject.
  10. 10. Examples(Negative) 1. Active: She will not help us. Passive: We will not be helped by her. 2. Active: We shall not betray our country. Passive: Our country shall not be betrayed by us.
  11. 11. Interrogative Sentence Active: will/shall +Subject+first form of the verb + object+? Passive: will/shall +Subject+ be + 3rd form of verb + by + subject+?
  12. 12. Examples(Interrogative) 1. Active: Will you help him? Passive: Will he be helped by you? 2. Active: Will they accept our invitation? Passive: Will our invitation be accepted by them?

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