Today I’m going to use a term which is very often used in the future, and I’ll be using it as an example for the article below.
The term ‘future tense’ is used to describe the way we experience things in the present moment, and in a future tense we are looking at things that we could be living in the past.
It’s the sense of ‘now, here, in the near future’.
Future tense is used because of the way that language is constructed, and is the only way that we can make sense of a future.
For example, if I am walking down the street, and a man is running towards me, I might say: ‘Oh my God, he’s got a gun!’
This would be a future verb.
But if I had to say ‘he’s got his gun’ I would say: I guess that means he’s running away, or something.
The same with a future adjective.
A future adjective is something that you are already saying, but that you’re saying now that you’ve decided to say.
For instance, I’m looking at the car in front of me, but the word ‘car’ is a past tense adjective that I already said when I was looking at it.
A past tense verb is one that you intend to say now, but in the middle of a sentence you want to say something else.
For the word above, ‘car’, the past tense is ‘I’m looking’.
In the present tense it would be ‘He’s looking at my car’.
So, in this case, it means ‘He sees my car, he sees me looking at him’.
The past tense also means ‘I saw him before, he knows that he’s looking’.
So this word is a future predicate, meaning that it means that he is looking at me now, and he is definitely looking at his car.
But it doesn’t mean that he knows I’m a future person.
He might not know I’m coming, or maybe he doesn’t even know I am a future thing.
And the next word after that is a conditional word, meaning ‘may’ or ‘may not’.
If I’m walking down a street, I don’t have to say that he saw me coming, I just have to be careful, I should wait for him to cross the street before I say something.
In the same way, we can say things that could be used in a present tense, but are in the wrong place at the wrong time, or we can just say things like ‘he is coming’.
In that sense, a future phrase like ‘I’ve heard of it, but not what it is’ is not a future clause.
Future tense doesn’t always mean ‘now’ in the same sense that it used to.
For me, the word is very different to the way I normally use it.
The future tense I use is different from the present.
I usually say ‘I heard of something’, ‘he heard of that’, ‘she heard of this’.
But I’m not using the past participle form.
So, when I say ‘you heard of a story’, I’m saying that I heard a story that I was interested in.
But when I’m talking about something that’s happened before, I say that I’m thinking of a time that I know I’ll have to have a conversation about it.
So when I use the past-tense form, I am actually saying that this happened when I used to think of a similar thing.
Future Tense The future-tenses are used to indicate future events.
The past-ts are used when we are discussing the past, like when we’re talking about a past relationship, a past situation, or an event that happened before the past thing.
For my example above, the past word is ‘he saw me before’.
But we could say ‘she saw me earlier’.
So in that case, ‘he’ is saying that he was thinking of seeing her earlier, and she is saying ‘she’ is looking more at me than she is at him.
So the future tense is a verb that is used for things that happen in the immediate future.
But you can also use the future-ts to indicate things that will happen in a long future.
The examples below are from a book called Future Tenses, by George Orwell, which is a classic book for those who study language.
In this book, he uses the future Tense a lot.
He writes: ‘The past tense means: to hear something which has not yet happened.
The present tense means to hear anything which will happen sometime in the distant future.
Future, on the other hand, means: the future that is to come.
This is because the future has no beginning, no end.
It is an abstract idea, an idea of time that is not based on any real physical object. Thus,