Future continuous tense expresses the action that will be ongoing at some time in the future. It is also called future progressive tense. For example, I will be studying in this college.
- tomorrow morning
- in one year
- Next Monday
Structure / Formula
Subject + will be+ Present participle (-ing) form
|Subject (I/he/she/it/we/they )||will be||Present participle(-ing)+object|
Examples of positive sentences
- It will be raining all day tomorrow.
- She will be learning French.
We add ‘not’ after the auxiliary verb to make the sentence negative.
Subject + will + not + be+ Present participle (-ing) form
Examples of negative sentences.
- It will not be raining all day tomorrow.
- She will not be learning French.
To make the question, auxiliary verb come at the start of the sentence and question mark at the end.
Will + subject + be+ Present participle (-ing) form +?
Examples of question sentences.
- Will it be raining all day tomorrow?
- Will she be learning French?
|To express ongoing actions at a specific future time||He will be playing football at 10:00 am tomorrow.|
|To express an action that will definitely happen in the future.||He will be attending a webinar next Monday.|
|Time expression||I will be watching TV later this evening.|
- He will be enjoying the holidays in December.
- She will be going to the market tomorrow.
- The children will be learning lessons in the classroom.
- I will be taking tea until 5 o’clock today.
- It will be storming tomorrow.
- When will the farmers be sowing crops?
- Will not he be driving the car?
- The passengers will be passing on the railway bridge.
- I will be traveling around the world next year.
- I shall be reading the book.
- I will be taking the exam next month.
- Nimra will be writing an interesting story.
- Peter will be running on the jogging track the next morning.
See also: Simple Future Tense(Formula, Examples)