Развитие форм будущего времени в ранненовоанглийский период

Развитие форм будущего времени в ранненовоанглийский период
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Introduction 3
Chapter I. Theoretical aspects of evolution of Future forms in English 6
1.1. The category of tense 6
1.2. Future tense forms in modern English 8
1.3. The category of tense in Old English 10
1.4. The Category of tense in Middle English 13
1.5. The category of tense in early new English 15
1.6. Will and shall 17
Chapter II. The analysis of examples of forms of the future tense of the works of Shakespeare 22
2.1. Distinctive features of Middle English in Romeo and Juliet 22
2.3. Lexical indicators of future tense in Romeo and Juliet 24
2.3. Grammatical means of future tense expression in Romeo and Juliet 25
Conclusion 39
Bibliography 42
In the linguistic literature, much attention has been paid not only to the status, but also to the existence of a grammatical way of expressing future action in the English language. As you know, grammatical verb tense is a grammatical category, through the forms of which one way or another is determined by the temporal relationship between the process indicated by this form of the verb, and the moment of the speech.
Since the language reflects the real reality and grammatical categories are closely related to the categories of thinking, the most accurate approximation to the real, conceptual time, of course, is the division of grammatical tense into the present, past and future.
The future is the same as the action of design cannot contain an element of alleged so «... some languages even dispense with the reflection of this tense in verbal forms, while others use a modal formants for its designation, and others - special word formation formants, etc.»
The form of the future tense is one of the controversial phenomen of language. In the history of the development of ideas about the future of the English verb, one can find a very diverse point of view - from the unconditional recognition of this categorical form to its complete denial, with all possible intermediate compromise interpretations.
According to Jespersen, «it is easy to understand that the ways of expressing the future tense are less defined and less developed in our languages than the ways of expressing the past: we know less about the future than about the past, and therefore we have to talk about it in more vague terms.»
The verb in English is unique for its grammatical categories. They are six: person, number, tense, aspect, voice, and mood. Each of them has a specifc outer expression through a corresponding morphological form .
The category of tense has both synthetic (the inflection -(e)s for the Present, the inflection -ed  for the Past) and analytical forms “will/ shall + infinitive” for the Future). With the irregular verbs one can also find various patterns of sound alternation (e. g. write  - wrote - written) and two suppletive formations (be - was/were - been;  go - went - gone).
Tense is a verbal category which reflects the objective category
of time and expresses the relations between the time of the action
and the time of the utterance. Tense is an inherent verbal category
interrelated with Aspect. It is common practice to teach tense-aspect
forms in general English courses. In grammatical theory, this approach
is supported by I. P. Ivanova, who distinguishes between pure tense
forms and tense-aspect forms, the latter being treated as the complexes
expressing both temporal and aspective meaning .
Past, present, and future are the objective time divisions. However,
it does not mean that tense systems of different languages are identical.
Moreover, English grammar admits of two different tense systems.
According to one interpretation, there are three tenses in English:
present, past and future, represented by the synthetic forms (e. g. write, 
\writes, wrote) or analytical forms (e. g. will write). This three tense
system is supported by many scholars, in particular, B. A. Ilyish .
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