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Future Will

Future will The future tense "will" is one of English's most commonly used verb tenses. It expresses actions or events that will happen in the future. This post will explore the grammar of the future tense "will" and its daily use. Grammar of the Future Tense "Will" The future tense "will" is formed by adding the auxiliary verb "will" before the base form of the verb. For example:  " I will go to the store " or " She will sing a song ." Subject + will + verb + supplement   It is important to note that the future tense "will" is the same for all subjects: I, you, he/she/it, we, and they. We can also use it in a negative form  " I won't go to the store " or  " She won't sing a song ." Subject + will not + verb + supplement When asking questions, the structure changes. The auxiliary verb goes before the subject as follows: Will she go to the store? When will s

Fall adjectives list

  During the months of September, October, and November the weather begins to cool down in the northern hemisphere, and the trees start changing colors, from green to yellow and red leaves.  People also start dressing differently, wearing long pants, sweaters, and even boots.  In the United States, people celebrate an important and unique holiday: Thanksgiving. S ince 1941 , this Holiday has been celebrated on the fourth Thursday of November. It commemorates the pilgrims' successful harvest in 1621, thanks to the natives' helping hand. It is one of my favorite holidays, and it reminds us to be grateful for the good people in our lives. In the United States, fall also is related to discounted prices at stores and football. People make apple pies, and kids love playing outside in the milder weather.  Overall, fall is so much fun! And we can use different words to describe what happens during this season. Such words are called adjectives. Adjectives are a part of English speech. W