Simple future is used for things that will happen once or do not take place over an extended period of time.
I will write a letter next week.
She will buy milk at the store.
They will see you tomorrow.
For simple future, we'll still use the “helping word” , but we'll change the root of the verb. Let's look at a regular verb like , meaning I hear.
- Take the present tense
- Drop the , giving
- Add , giving
- Add the normal endings.
And here's the result:
FYI: The Greek for future simple is
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