What is future tense?

  • (noun): A verb tense that expresses actions or states in the future.
    Synonyms: future

Future Tense

The future tense forms in Latin varied by conjugation. Here is a sample of the future tense for the first conjugation verb 'amare', 'to love'.

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Future Tense - Creoles - Haitian Creole
... pral or va (from French 3rd person singular va "goes") pre-verbally to indicate the future Mwen va fini lit ...
Modern Hebrew Verb Conjugation - Future Tense
... A verb in the future tense (עָתִיד 'atid) agrees with its subject in person and number, and in the second- and third-person singular, gender ... masculine and third-person singular feminine forms are identical for all verbs in the future tense ... jiʃamˈʁu tiʃaˈmeʁna tiʃamˈʁu tiʃaˈmeʁna niʃaˈmeʁ Example conjugations in the future tense ...
Proto-Indo-European Verbs - Conjugations - Present Classes - Table of Outcomes of Present Classes
... verbs (productive) 10a future tense relics no? 10b future tense 10c desid ... -(h₁)sy- future tense no? no? relic byšęštĭ future tense Gaulish future tense 11 -s- relics relics relics relics relics relics relics relics relics class VIII esp ...
Czech Conjugation - Tenses - Future Tense
... In imperfective verbs, it is formed by the future forms of the verb být (to be) and the infinitive Person Singular Plural 1 ... bude dělat budou dělat Dělat - to do In some verbs of motion, the future tense is formed by adding the prefix po-/pů- to the present form půjdu - I will go, ponesu - I will carry, povezu - I will ...
Prefixes And Suffixes In Hebrew - Otiyot HaShimush - Other Uses
... (which happened) שֶׁעָשׂוּ sheasu' (who performed) ו (Vav) changes past tense to future tense and vice versa Used mostly in Biblical Hebrew as waw-consecutive (compare waw-conjunctive) ... Pronounced "va" when changing future tense to past tense ... Usually pronounced "v'" or "u" when changing past tense to future tense ...

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