Sunday, 2 November 2014

Future Continuous Tense With Examples I Sentences

Learn examples in sentences, definition, formula, exercises of Future Continuous tense. explanation by video lesson helps you understand much better.



All continuous tenses show an action that is going on. The present participle form of the verb is used in sentences of all continuous tense. 


Each continuous tense has its own helping verb according to the time of an action. Let us start learning our today’s lesson. Today. I am going to teach you all about “future continuous tense”.



1- Future Continuous Tense - Definition 



An action that will begin in a moment of future, will be going on, for a while. And then will finish after action will be done.

Explanation

I will be teaching after a while.

It means I will start teaching after a moment, I will be teaching for a while. And then I will stop teaching when the lesson is over. 


Verb and Helping Verb for this Tense

Present participle form of the verb is used for this tense with helping verb “will be” or “shall be”.





2- Future Continuous Tense - Sentences



Three kinds of sentences are usually used for this tense.

  1. Affirmative Sentence
  2. Negative Sentence
  3. Interrogative Sentence


Let us deal with them one by one.


1- Affirmative Sentences 


An affirmative sentence is a simple general statement. Neither is it a negative statement nor interrogative. If “I” or “We” come as a subject in a sentence, we will use helping verb “shall be” with present participle form of the verb to make an affirmative sentence.  “will be” is used with he, she, it, you, they and singular and plural nouns.

Examples:-

  • I shall be sleeping at 12 o’clock tonight.
  • We shall be sitting on the beach this weekend.
  • They will be waiting for us at the bus stop.
  • Ahmed will be playing football this Sunday.
  • Boys will be leaning their English lessons.



2- Negative Sentences 


When we don’t want to do things and refuse them, we use a negative sentence. “not” is put between “will” and “be” or “shall” and “be” to make a negative sentence of future continuous tense. “will be” or “shall be” is used accounting to a subject of a sentence.

Examples:-

  • I shall not be sleeping at 12 o’clock tonight.
  • We shall not be sitting on the beach this weekend.
  • They will not be waiting for us at the bus stop.
  • Ahmed will not be playing football this Sunday. 
  • Boys will not be leaning their English lessons.



3- Interrogative Sentences


An interrogative sentence is used to ask a question.  “will” or “shall” always come at the beginning of the sentence, after it subject of the sentence, then “be”. A question mark “?” is put at the end of the sentence to make an interrogative sentence of future continuous tense. 

Example:-

  • Shall I be sleeping at 12 o’clock tonight?
  • Shall we be sitting on the beach this weekend?
  • Will they be waiting for us at the bus stop?
  • Will Ahmed be playing football this Sunday?
  • Will boys be learning their English lessons?



Note: affirmative and negative sentences are begun with a capital letter and it ended with a full stop. Interrogate sentence is begun with the capital letter and it ended with the question mark “?”.


Future Continuous Tense - 100 Examples


  1. You will be speaking English well.
  2. You will no be speaking English well.
  3. Will you be speaking English well?
  4. People will be admiring you.
  5. People will not be admiring you.
  6. Will people be admiring you?
  7. The army will be defending his country.
  8. The army will not be defending his country.
  9. Will the army be depending on his country?
  10. Women will be purchasing vegetables this evening.
  11. Women will not be purchasing vegetables this evening.
  12. Will women be purchasing vegetables this evening?
  13. I Shall be teaching you a new lesson next week.
  14. I shall not be teaching you a new lesson next week.
  15. Shall I be teaching you a new lesson next week?
  16. We shall be learning a new lesson next week.
  17. We shall no be learning a new lesson next week.
  18. Shall we be learning a new lesson next week? 
  19. My friend will be coming down from Delhi.
  20. My friend will not be coming down from Delhi.
  21. Will my friend be coming down from Delhi?  





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