The future continuous


Form :


 Affirmative

I /we

Shall (‘ll)

be

 

traveling

You/he/she/it/they

Will  (‘ll)

Negative

I/we

Shall not (shan’t)

 

be

 

traveling

You/he/she/it/they

Will not (won’t)

Interrogative

Shall

I/we

 

be

 

Traveling?

will

You/he/she/it/they

Meaning:

Tomorrow at this same time, I’ll be watching a movie.
We will be studying physics at 9:00 next Wednesday.
I’ll be doing my homework at 7:00 tonight.
What will you be doing at this same time next week?

We will be traveling next weekend and we will be visiting our relatives in the countryside.
Will you be using your bike this afternoon?”   “Why?”
Will you be staying at home tonight?”  “I have something important to tell you!”

  1. They (probably visit)……………………………..us next week.
  2. She (sleep)………………………….at this same time tomorrow.
  3. Jack: “What (you do)…………………………………………next weekend?”
  4. Robert: “Well, I (go)……………………………..fishing with some friends. How about you?”
  5. Jack: “I (paint)………………………….my house next week.
  6. I bet he (pass)……………………….the exam
  7. I suppose she (accompany)...................us to the picnic next Sunday.
  8. We (organise).....................a basketball camp next summer.

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