When to Use “Will” in English (Future)

REMEMBER: Sometimes, when we are talking use “will”, we are not talking about the future.

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You use ‘will’ to talk about future events or things that we are 100% sure about.

  • Tomorrow will be a new day.
  • Next Tuesday will be my birthday.
  • I will be late for work tomorrow, my car is broken.

We also use “maybe”, “probably”, “possibly”, and “perhaps” when we are not 100% certain.

  • I will probably be a little bit late tomorrow, it depends if the bus comes on time.
  • Jason will probably pass his exam tomorrow, I think he has been studying a lot.
  • Perhaps we’ll see him again, one day.
    You can also use ‘will’ with ‘I think’ and ‘I hope’.
  • I hope I will pass the exam tomorrow.
  • I think Johnny will be here on time.
  • I hope you will come to see me next year!
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