The Simple Future Tense
5th - 6th
In this simple future tense worksheet, learners read the rules for forming this tense. They write the correct form of the simple future tense using "will" in 7 sentences. They do the same using "going" in the next 7 sentences. They write 2 original sentences in the simple future tense.
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