Germanic languages edit In Germanic languages, including English, a common expression of the future is using the present tense, with the futurity expressed using words that imply future action ( I go to Berlin tomorrow or I am going to Berlin tomorrow ).
English, for example, often refers to future events using present tense forms or other structures such as the going-to future, besides the canonical form with will/shall.
She me about.
A b Fleischman, Suzanne, The Future in Thought and Language, Cambridge Univ.Rose: Im sorry, Olga.For other uses, see, future tense (disambiguation).bdziecie mówili (mp) / mówiy (nmp) / mówi (You will say, you will be saying).However the same construction with will or shall can have other meanings that do not indicate futurity, or else indicate some modality in addition to futurity (as in "He will make rude remarks meaning he has a habit of doing so, or, rabattkod stålhästen "You shall act.Future saldrá (not * salirá ) "do infinitive hacer 3rd sing.The copula is bidh (will be cha bhi (will not be am bi (interrogative and nach bi (negative interrogative).I those books very cheaply.
Generally speaking, the words meaning "want to" ( / "go to" "intend to and many others are used daily to indicate future actions." Zullen " is a cognate of "shall".Future meaning is supplied by the context, with the use of temporal adverbs such as "later "next year etc.The other models are -am, asz, esz, isz and, ysz.( read ).(play.) - Imreoidh.We_ (sit) here for twenty-five minutes.( paint ).