The Simple Future tense indicates that an action is in the future relative to the speaker or writer. There are no inflected forms for the future in English (nothing like those –ed or -s endings in the other tenses).
Forming the Simple Future Tense
The formula for the simple future is will + V(Base form).
S + will + V(Base form) + object…
I will go to Thailand.
S + will not/won’t + V(Base form) + object…
I will not go to Thailand.
Will + S + V(Base form) +…?
Will you go to Thailand?
How to Use the Simple Future Tense
For Actions Decided at the moment of Speech
I have a toothache. I‘ll take a medicine.
For Unplanned Future Actions
Winter will come soon.
For Offering, Asking for a Request Promising, Ordering, Threatening
I’m afraid we will get wet.
For Unpreventable Actions in Future
Summer will come soon.
With Conditional, Time and Purpose Clauses
When I arrive at home, I will call you.
For Thoughts, Predictions, Assumptions, Sureness, Fears about Future
I promise I won’t tell this anyone.