We use it

To refer to situations that will happen in the future and have already been planned.

To refer to situations that will happen repeatedly in the future.

To refer to situations that will happen during a period of time in the future.

Key Words

They are the words and phrases that generally appear in this Tense sentences...

- This time

- Next week

- Next month

- Tomorrow

- How long

Subject + Will + Be + Verb With -Ing In the End + the rest of the sentence.

To make sentences in the Future Progressive, we use the modal "Will" followed by "Be" and the main verb of the sentence with the -Ing form at the end of it.

We can also use the short form of "Will" ('ll).

Examples

I will be arriving this time tomorrow.

Rose will be working next week.

She'll be studying the whole week.

It'll be raining all day long.

He will be sleeping tomorrow morning.

Subject + Will Not + Be + Verb With -Ing in the end + the rest of the sentence.

In Negative, we write "Will Not" or the short form "Won't" after the subject.

The rest of the structure is the same as in the Affirmative form.

Examples

The plane won't be landing on time.

He will not be doing anything tomorrow.

I won't be watching TV this time tomorrow.

My mom won't be working next week.

Greg will not be studying next month.

Will + Subject + Be + Verb With -Ing in the end + the rest of the sentence...?

In the Interrogative form, the modal verb "Will" is written before the subject, followed by "Be" and the main verb with the -Ing form at the end of it.

If the sentence begins with a "Question Word"

- What

- When

- Where

- How long

- Etc.

Then, the structure of the interrogative form is not modified.

Examples

Will you be going home by car tomorrow?

Will she be waiting here next Friday?

How long will you be staying?

What will you be wearing next Saturday?

Will it be raining next week?

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