This language video lesson is designed for 6-12-year-old children. It guides us through verb conjugation of future tense.

What is Verb Conjugation?

A verb can be conjugated in many ways depending on its person, tense, number, or mood. It clarifies when an action is occurring and who is performing it.

Rules of Verb Conjugation

A. Person (who is performing an action):

In the English language, there are six different persons:
  • First-person singular: I,
  • Second-person singular: you,
  • Third-person singular: he/she/it,
  • First-person plural: we,
  • Second-person plural: you,
  • Third-person plural: they.

B. Tense (when an action is performed):

Verbs are also conjugated according to their tenses. Verb tense indicates when the action in a sentence is happening.

Types of tenses:

  • Present tense
  • Past tense
  • Future tense

Regular verbs follow a standard pattern when conjugated according to tense.


Examples of Verb Conjugation in the future tense:

Let us discuss the verb conjugation in the Simple Future tense for the verb: I Love

                                            Singular                     Plural

  • First Person:           I will love                      We will love
  • Second person:      You will love                 You will love
  • Third Person:         He/she will love          They will love

Let us take another example: I walk.

                                           Singular                      Plural

  • First Person:         I will walk                     We will walk
  • Second person:    You will love                 You will walk
  • Third-person:       He/she will walk         They will walk

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Video created by: Justine McNeilly (Metro East Montessori, Granite City, IL)

Elementary | Language | Verb Conjugation | Future Tense (English)


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