If you were a foreign student of English, you would have analyzed how definite or abstract the event seemed to be. This tense can also be used to highlight the passage of time.
Yet, underlying the dispute is an important issue that does have an obvious bearing on the classroom, namely, the difference between the way the present and past tenses are marked on the one hand, and the way the so-called future tense is marked on the other.
Context and intonation might make a difference, but in isolation it's fruitless to argue one way or the other.
Use the wrong tense, and you might get wet! Its meaning is certainly future time, but syntactically it is a helper auxiliary verb. This means that there are no changes that need to be made to the words. It is used to:  express a promise or a proposal emphasize that something will certainly happen express that an event is likely going to take place by explicitly mentioning the probability English will and Dutch wil, although cognates, have over the centuries shifted in meaning, such that will is almost identical to shall, whereas Dutch wil means want, as in Ik wil het doen I want to do it.
An intention is something that you make plans to do, or something that you hope to do. I am going to the bathroom. For more on expressions of relative tense, such as the future perfect, see also the section above.
Swedish[ edit ] Swedish  :pp. The action can start in any tense, but if it ends in the future you use the future tense. Here are six of the most common methods. There is no simple morphological future tense as such.