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Future Indefinite Tense

It is used to express an action which has not occurred/happened yet and will occur/happen after sometime in future. e.g. Anu will take bath after half an hour. In this example, the action of the sentence 'to take bath' will happen in future or after speaking the sentence.

Future Indefinite Tense kee Pahachaan – Vaakya ke ant meiN ‘gaa’, ‘ge’, ‘gee’ kaa prayog hotaa hai.
Jaise - meiN kal school jaaungaa.

Future Indefinite Tense - Positive

Future Indefinite Tense - Positive
Type of Sentence Rule
Positive Subject + Will/Shall + Verb (Ist form) + Object + (.)

In Future Tense helping verb ‘Shall’ is used with ‘I’ and ‘We’. Helping verb ‘Will’ is used with all others.
e.g. I shall come with you. He will come with me. We shall go to Jaipur. You will not come with us.

When you are to make a commitment or warn someone or emphasize something, use of 'will/shall' is reversed. ‘Will’ is used with ‘I’ & ‘We’ and 'shall' is used with others.

In general speaking there is hardly any difference between 'shall & will' and normally ‘Will’ is used with all.


Shall kewal ‘I’ aur ‘We’ ke saath aur ‘Will' baakee sab ke saath aataa hai. Jab kisee ko chetaavanee denee ho yaa vaayadaa karanaa ho yaa vishwaas ke saath koi baat kahanee ho yaa koi baat hogee hee yaa honee hee chaahiye yaa kahane waale kaa nishchaya darshaanaa ho to ultaa ‘I’ aur ‘We’ ke saath ‘Will’ kaa aur baakee sab ke saath ‘Shall’ kaa prayog karate hai.

Aajkal bolchaal kee bhaaShaa meiN jyaadaatar ‘Will’ kaa hee prayog hotaa hai.

Future Indefinite Tense - Positive MaiN hotel meiN Theharoongaa.
Person Subject Will/Shall + Verb (Ist Form) Object
Ist person I shall stay in hotel.
Ist Person -Plural We shall stay in hotel.
2nd Person You will stay in hotel.
3rd Person -Singular He/She/It/Ram will stay in hotel.
3rd Person -Plural They/boys will stay in hotel.

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Future Indefinite Tense - Negative

Future Indefinite Tense - Negative
Type of Sentence Rule
Negative Subject + Will/Shall + Not + Verb (Ist form) + Object + (.)

In Negative sentence of Future Indefinite Tense, 'Not' is added before first form of Verb.

Future Indefinite Tense ke nakaaraatmak vaakyo meiN 'Verb' se pahale 'Not' lagaate hai.

Future Indefinite Tense - Negative Tum use hospital meiN dekhane nahee jaaoge.
Person Subject Will/Shall + Not + Verb (Ist Form) Object
Ist person I shall not go to see him in hospital.
Ist Person -Plural We shall not go to see him in hospital.
2nd Person You will not go to see him in hospital.
3rd Person -Singular He/She/It/Ram will not go to see him in hospital.
3rd Person -Plural They/boys will not go to see him in hospital.

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