There will be Sentences: Grammar Guide and Examples

Published on May 28, 2023 | Updated on June 30, 2024

“There will be” is a common phrase used to indicate the future existence or occurrence of something.

When we use “there will be,” we are essentially saying that something is going to happen or that something will exist in the future.

These are some examples of sentences with there will be:

AThere will be a problem
BThere will be misery
AThere won’t be poverty.
BThere won’t be a party here

Now, let’s check the structure to make affirmative, negative, and interrogative sentences with there will be.

There will be: Structure

This is the structure to make affirmative sentences:

There There
will will
Complementa party tomorrow.

This is the structure to make negative sentences:

There There
will not/won’twill not
Complementa party tomorrow.

This is the structure to make interrogative sentences:

Complementa party tomorrow.
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Sentences with There Will Be

“There will be” can be used in a variety of contexts and sentence structures. For example:

  • There will be a party tomorrow night.
  • In the near future, there will be significant advancements in technology.
  • During the summer vacation, there will be a wide range of activities for children to enjoy.
  • In the next decade, there will be a shift towards renewable energy sources.
  • As the population continues to grow, there will be an increased demand for housing.
  • There will be a time when you look back and realize how much you have accomplished.
  • If we don’t take action now, there will be dire consequences for the environment.
  • With technological advancements, there will be new opportunities for businesses to thrive.
  • In the coming years, there will be significant breakthroughs in medical research.

Sentences with There won’t be

Here are some sentences using “there won’t be”

  • There won’t be any more cookies left if you keep eating them all.
  • I’m sorry, but there won’t be a train arriving until tomorrow morning.
  • Due to the storm, there won’t be any outdoor activities today.
  • There won’t be any more delays in the project; we’re on schedule.
  • I’m afraid there won’t be any seats available for tonight’s performance.
  • Without proper maintenance, there won’t be any hot water in the building.
  • Unfortunately, there won’t be any discounts on this item; it’s already on sale.
  • Due to the strike, there won’t be any mail delivery until the issue is resolved.
  • If you don’t study, there won’t be any chance of passing the exam.
  • There won’t be any electricity during the scheduled maintenance period.
  • I’m sorry, but there won’t be any refunds for this event.
  • Without rain, there won’t be any crops to harvest this season.

Questions with There Will Be

Here are some questions with “there will be”

  • Will there be any changes to the company’s policies in the coming months?
  • What will the weather be like tomorrow? Will there be any rain?
  • Will there be any guest speakers?
  • Will there be any new movie releases this weekend?
  • Will there be any disruptions to the public transportation system next week?
  • Will there be any advancements in technology that could impact our industry?
  • Will there be any interruptions to the electricity supply?
  • Will there be any special promotions or discounts during the upcoming holiday season?

Manuel Campos

Manuel Campos

I am Jose Manuel, English professor and creator of EnglishPost.org, a blog whose mission is to share lessons for those who want to learn and improve their English