The future simple tense is used to express future intentions that are decided at the time of speaking (spontaneous offers, promises and decisions): Come on, I'll help you with those bags. will / won't for promises, offers, decisions (1). WILL / WON’T (PROMISES, OFFERS, DECISIONS) READING a Look at the six promises below. This quiz is incomplete! What do they have in common? (decision) In the first person, shall can be used instead of will to announce intentions. Decisions Will/Won't (decisions, offers, promises) Offers I'll help you with your homework. Delete Quiz. We use 'will' when we are making a decision. I will pay you back tomorrow This won’t hurt b Read the article and write the correct promise in the gaps 1- 6 c Read the definitions below. In the first exercise students match sentences with “will, shall, won’t” and their contracted forms to make logical connections, putting the grammar in context. will / won't for promises, offers, decisions (2). Choose the correct answer. I will always love you. We use 'will' when we I won’t tell anyone. To play this quiz, please finish editing it. Click on the words in the correct order. I’ll come back tomorrow. Promises I'll always love you. To play this quiz, please finish editing it. In this entertaining will for promises and offers teaching activity, students practice making promises with will and won’t and offers with will and shall. For example: We use 'will' when we are promising. I’ll write. This quiz is incomplete! This worksheets lets students practise the form and function of the modal verb “will” for predictions, decisions, offers and promises. (offer) I will always love you. For example: I think I'll go home early. (promise) I'll have a wiener schnitzel.