Will-future Negative Exercise 1

The will-future (or future simple) is one of the tenses in English to talk about the future. You use this tense to talk about the pure future. This means that it’s used for things that will happen no matter what, so you cannot really prevent them from happening. You can also use this tense to talk about spontaneous decisions on the spot.

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Will-future exercise

This is an exercise about forming negative sentences using this tense.

You can find the exercise below:

Will-Future Negative Exercise 1

Complete these sentences by filling in the negative form of the verb in the will-future.
1.
He (not, to turn) sixteen tomorrow. His birthday is next week.
2.
I (not, to drive) you to the hospital because you don't look sick.
3.
What do you want? I think I (not, to get) coffee because I want tea.
4.
It (not, to be) a nice day tomorrow.
5.
She (not, help) her friend.
6.
I (not, to stop) loving you!
7.
They (not, to buy) a new car because they just got a new one.
8.
I am hungry but I (not, to order) food online.
9.
She has been ill for a few weeks. I hate her so I (not, to write) her a card.
10.
My brother (not, to save) his money because he's addicted to buying watches.

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