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Change the verbs in parenthesis into a correct future tense form. Answer (you/promise) to help?

Change the verbs in parenthesis into a correct future tense form. Answer (you/promise) to help?

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"Using the given sentence ""(you/promise) to help?"", the form (in correct future tense) of the verb inside the parentheses is the following:
Will you promise to help?

In line with the answer above, other details regarding the correct future tense of the verb are indicated below.

I. What is the Future Tense Form?
If a sentence involves an action that did not happen yet but is expected to happen in the future, future tense is being used.
To express a verb in future tense, we use the helping verbs ""will / shall"" + base form of the verb.
Example: will pray, will sleep, will sing, will dance, will enjoy
II. Example of using the Future Tense Form
Example sentence: Jack will watch a new movie next week.
In the example sentence, Jack did not watch a movie yet but he is expected to watch next week.
III. Answering the given question
In the given question, since it was given that the verb should be in correct future tense form, the verb becomes ""will promise"".
Inserting ""will promise"" in the sentence, it becomes ""Will you promise to help?""

That is the answer regarding the the correct verb form (in future tense) for of the verb inside the parentheses of the given sentence. Here are other links that are related to the said topic.

What is the simple future tense? brainly.ph/question/7735 and brainly.ph/question/77441
Example of future tense: brainly.ph/question/209290"