FUTURE TENSE: SIMPLE FUTURE
No change occurs in the simple form of the verb in the expression of the future, but English has a few ways of indicating futurity.
- By using the modal auxiliary verbs ‘shall’ and ‘will’
e.g I shall travel soon.
You will see me again.
- By using the form ‘be going’ and ‘to’ infinitive:
Emeka is going to succeed
It is going to rain today
- By using the present progressive
Adamu is leaving tomorrow
We are travelling next year.
Write examples on each type of example
VOCABULARY DEVELOPMENT: Use of prefixes
Prefix Word Formation
il legal illegal
in discipline indiscipline
in formal informal
un fortunate unfortunate
in efficient inefficient
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