In grammar, a future tense is a verb form that marks the event described by the verb as not having happened yet.

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Be Going to vs. Present Continuous

Which of these is the grammatically correct form: Where are you going to apply? Where are you applying?
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Active or passive voice - which to use?

In my software, if for some reason the installation fails, I want to display a message. Which of these is correct? Some problem occurred. The installation cannot proceed. Some problem ...
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Double use of future tense after “I hope that”

I was wondering whether it was correct to use "will" twice in the following sentence: I hope that 2016 will be the year I will get to travel. Using the present tense in the second half of the ...
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will or be going to in a conversation

Two guys are talking and want to know what's the main difference in choosing will or be going to. — Look! Tom's windsurfing. Are you going to / Will you have a go, too? I think we can use both, ...
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What is the correct form of won't or are not going to?

What is the correct form? I hope in the future we won't go to school in the morning I hope in the future we are not going to go to school in the morning
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I work on Friday vs I work on Fridays

I found a grammar book that states the following: (Grammar In Use Intermediate by Cambridge unit 18 pg.36 Present Tenses ) Which means that it is OK to use the simple present form to describe the ...
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How do I refer to the “will + infinitive” and “am/is/are + going to + infinitive” future tenses separately?

If I wanted to refer to either of these future-tense constructions independently of the other, what would be the best way to do so? "will + infinitive" "am/is/are + going to + infinitive" It ...
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Action chain in future

I should write a letter with programme for visitor. The programme describes actions which will be in future. My text contain a lot of "will" and it confuses me, e.g. I will meet you when you arrive ......
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Is it correct to use have been after future action?

I'm new here and want to improve my English skills. There is a sentence as follows: Will be invoked on amount value change. Additionally invokes 'onInvalidate' method if validator defined and ...
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correct usage of future before object

In some text I want to make a prediction about the future of computer arithmetic, and my question is which one of these sentences are correct? nano technology is going to play a big role in future ...