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 Future Continuous Tense

  

 

The action of Future Continuous Tense gives the sense that the business will continue to do business at a particular time in the future.

 

Examples:-

I will be reading.

We will be playing.

You will be sleeping.

They will be talking.

 Identification of Future Continuous Tense:- In Hindi sentence, at the end of verb Ta rhunga,Ti rahungi,Te rahenge,Te rhoge,Ta rhega,Ti rahegi,or else Raha hoga,Rhi hogi,Rhe honge,Rha hounga,that sentence is translated in Future Continuous Tense. 

 

Examples:-

I will be reading.

I will be waiting for you.

Sita will be singing a song.

She will be sleeping.

 

The verbs of these sentences indicate that the work will continue at a particular time in the future. Such verbs will be translated by the Future Continuous Tense of the appropriate Verb i.e. will+be+v4. [v4 means Present Participle Form of Verb:- V-ing]

 

Examples:-

1.She will be sleeping.

2.I will be reading.

3.Pooja will be singing a song.

4.I will be waiting for you.

5.I will be sitting.

6.Those people will be sleeping.

 

It is also clear from the last two sentences 5 and 6 that the intended situation/work will continue at a particular time in the future. However, at the end of the verb,  will remain / will not be. Yet their verbs are translated into the Future Continuous Tense (will+be+v4).

 

The translation of ‘I will be busy’ will be I shall be busy and the verb in this English sentence is in Simple Future Tense, not in Future Continuous Tense because shall be is not followed by v4 which is required for Future Continuous Tense.

Rule of making Affirmative Sentence:- Subject is first used to make positive sentences. After that Will is used. After that, be is used. After that V-ing is used.

We will use [ Will be ] with First Person Singular Subject [ i ] and [ Will be ] with First Person Plural Subject [ we ].

We will use [ Will be] with Second Person Singular Subject [ You ] and [ Will be ] with Second Person Plural Subject [ You ].

We will use [ Wil be] with Third Person Singular Subject [He, She, It, Ram] and [ Will be  ] with Third Person Plural Subject [They, The Boy ].

Affirmative Sentence Structure:-

Subject +will +be+V-ing. 

I will be going. 

You will be working. 

You will be sleeping.

She will be playing.

I will be watching the movie.

He will be listening to the song.

They will be sleeping.

You will be playing

Mohan will be singing a song.

I will be drinking water.

We will be going to Patna.

You will be sleeping. 

You will be reading.

The kids will be sleeping.

You will be working.

She will be dancing.

You will be walking.

Rules for making Negative Sentences:- To make a negative sentence, we will first use Subject, then use will, then not, then be and finally use V-ing.

Negative Sentence Structure:-

 

Subject +Will+Not+Be+V-ing.

I will not be sleeping.

You will not be working.

Kunal will not be playing.

You will not be sleeping.

She will not be playing.

I will not be watching the movie.

He will not be listen to the song.

They will not be thinking.

Mohan will not be singing.

I will not be drinking water.

You will not be talking.

You will not be sleeping.

He will not be playing.

You will not keep dancing.

We will not be sleeping.

We will not be eating.

You will not be moving.

You will not be dancing.

Rule of making Interrogative Sentence:- Will is used first to make interrogative sentences. After that Subject is used. After that Be is used. After that V-ing is used.

 

Interrogative Sentence Structure:- 

 

Will +Subject +Be+V-ing?

 

Will you be sleeping?

Will you be running?

Will you be playing?

Will you be eating?

Will you be dancing?

Will you be dancing?

Will she be  preparing for the exam?

Will she be playing?

Will I be taking the exam?

Will he be waiting?

Will he be talking!?

Will you be listening to the song?

Will you be crying?

Will I be waiting?

Will you be reading?

Will I be dancing?

Will he be eating?

Will you be walking?

Will you be sleeping? 

 

 

 

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