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The Tense—Continuous Tense--Part-VI


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Future Continuous Tense



Future Continuous Tense is used:

1.To show that an action will be taking place at some future time:

They will be plucking flowers. The train will be running late.

2.To express an action that will be happening at a given time in future.

I hope she will be coming soon. I think he will be living in Pune these days.

3.To express actions in the future that are already planned or that are expected to happen in the normal course:

We will be visiting Surat in the next week. My uncle will be coming tomorrow.

Formation of Sentences

Affirmative Sentence

Pattern: Subject + shall/will + be + first form of the verb + ing + object.

Examples:

1.I shall be going to school. 2. We shall be going to school.
3.You will be going to school. 4.He will be is going to school.
5.She will be going to school 6. They will be going to school.
7.Razia will be going to school. 8. Aman will be going to school.
9.The children will be going 10. The boys will be going to school.
to school.

Remember:

1.For pronoun I and we, ‘shall be’ is used after the subject.
2.For pronouns, you, he,, she, it, they and any other name or plural,‘will be’ is used after the subject.
3.‘ing’ is added to the first form of verb.
4.A Full Stop (.) is used at the end of the sentence.


Negative Sentence

Pattern: Subject + shall/will + not +be + first form of the verb + ing + object.

Examples:

1.I shall not be going to school. 2. We shall not be going to school.
3.You will not be going to school. 4. He will not be is going to school.
5.She will not be going to schoo. 6. They will not be going to school.
7.Razia will not be going to school.8. Aman will not be going to school.
9.The children not will begoing 10. The boys will not be going to school.
to school.

Remember:

1.For pronoun I and we, ‘shall not be’ is used after the subject.
2.For pronouns, you, he, she, it, they and any other name or plural,‘will not be’ is used after the subject.
3‘ing’ is added to the first form of verb.
4.A Full Stop (.) is used at the end of the sentence.

Interrogative Sentence

Pattern: Subject + shall/will + not +be + first form of the verb + ing + object.

Examples:

1.Shall I be going to school? 2. Shall we be going to school?
3.Will you be going to school? 4. Will he be is going to school?
5.Will she be going to school? 6. Will they be going to school?
7.Will Razia be going to school? 8. Will Aman be going to school?
9.Will the children be going 10. Will the boys be going to school?
to school?

Remember:

1.For pronoun I and we, ‘shall’is used before the subject.
2.For pronoun I and we, ‘be’ is used after the subject.
3.For pronouns you, he, she, it, they and any other name or plural,‘will’is used before the subject.
4.For pronouns you, he, she,, it, they and any other name or plural,‘be’is used after the subject.
5‘ing’is added to the first form of verb.
6.A Question Mark (?) is used at the end of the sentence.


Sample Usage

As shown above against each.


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