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Hai Guys,

Which one is correct -"He will do" or "He will does" ???

I think "He will do " is the correct one.Am i right???

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What is the context?

"He will do" is more correct, but I can't think of common use for it other than: "Are you going to keep the new employee on staff?" "Yes, he will do."
Welcome to EnglishForward, Pravinth. "He will does" is grammatically incorrect. The simple future auxilliary "Will" takes base form of a verb("will"+ "do"). So, it should be "He will do".
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Hai rushonly, Thanks for your reply. Thank You Dear. Thank you!
Thanks i have one more ... become/becomes

so it must be "He will become ...." and not "He will becomes...." or just "He will be ...."

what is the differenec?? Please
Pravinth
Thanks i have one more ... become/becomes

so it must be "He will become ...." and not "He will becomes...." or just "He will be ...."

what is the differenec?? Please

Hi Pravinth,

"He will become.." is the valid construction, and "will becomes" & "will be become" are wrong. As I mentioned earlier, the auxilliary "will" takes base form of the verb--in the case of active voice sentences.

He will run

I will sleep

She will drink.

I will become a political leader.

In the above (active voice) sentences , the underlined verbs are in the base form regardless of the number (singular or plural), gender (masculine or feminine), and person (I or II or III person) of the subjects.
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Thanx again boy,

But can i say -I will be a doctor [or] i will become a doctor --which one is more correct???please reply. i am very near to you. i am in trichy. Thank You again!
Pravinth
Thanx again boy,

But can i say -I will be a doctor [or] i will become a doctor --which one is more correct???please reply. i am very near to you. i am in trichy. Thank You again!

Hi Pravinth,

"I will be a doctor" and "I will become a doctor" both mean pretty much same thing, in general. However, if we dig a little deeper, in the aspects of English grammar,"will" and "will be" can be used at different contexts.

The auxilliary "Will" + "base verb" conveys an idea that the decison or action is not planned in advance. In other words, the speaker or writer takes the decision at the moment of speaking or writing.

(E-x) I will become a doctor -- The decision of becoming a doctor in the future has been taken just now.

On the other hand, "Will" +" be" conveys an idea that the decision or action is planned in advance and the writer took decision sometime back. There are some other possible ways to convey the same idea, which I am not touching at this point of time.

(E-x) I will be a doctor -- You decided in the past to become a doctor in the future.
Pravinth,
Only in the case of third person, singular number, present tense 's' is added with the verb.
Example:
He goes to the school,but ,they go to the school,Tom Dick and Harry go..................
She cooks every day ,but they cook...................etc
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