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In grammar, a future tense is a special verb form (inflection) that marks the event described by the verb as not having happened yet. Germanic languages like English have no future tense inflection, employing alternate mechanisms to indicate future events.

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After several years, Rubin left to found Danger, Inc. Yes, that’s grammatically correct. It’s not the future tense, though. Left is past tense, and to found is the infinitive. The sentence … describes something that has already happened. But the future will found is fine too: The male (small, dark ant) will soon die, and the queen will found a new colony. The link between the two …
answered Apr 21 '11 by Jason Orendorff