We use Future Progressive Tense for the continuing actions; actions that will be happening, going on, at some point in the future

 

 

Affirmative

Negative Interrogative Negative Interrogative
I will be doing. I won’t be doing. Will I be doing? Won’t I be doing?
You will be doing. You won’t be doing. Will you be doing? Won’t you be doing?
He will be doing. He won’t be doing. Will he be doing? Won’t he be doing?
She will be doing. She won’t be doing. Will she be doing? Won’t she be doing?
It will be doing. It won’t be doing. Will it be doing? Won’t it be doing?
We will be doing. We won’t be doing. Will we be doing? Won’t we be doing?
They will be doing. They won’t be doing. Will they be doing? Won’t they be doing?

LET’S READ THE FOLLOWING STORY AND UNDERLINE FUTURE PROGRESSIVE SENTENCES

Brad likes to fish. He fishes whenever he can. This weekend, he will be fishing at the lake. It is his favorite place to fish.

Mark is Brad’s friend. Mark likes to fish too. He also fishes whenever he can. This weekend he will be fishing at the lake with Brad. They will be camping at the lake all weekend.

Mark will be picking Brad up at 8 o’clock Friday night. Brad will be ready when Mark arrives. They will be driving all night before they get to the lake.
They are excited about the weekend. Brad and Mark both love to fish. They love to fish together. They will be fishing together for many years.

NOW HAVE A LOOK AT SENTENCES IN GREEN

Brad likes to fish. He fishes whenever he can. This weekend, he will be fishing at the lake. It is his favorite place to fish.

Mark is Brad’s friend. Mark likes to fish too. He also fishes whenever he can. This weekend he will be fishing at the lake with Brad. They will be camping at the lake all weekend.

Mark will be picking Brad up at 8 o’clock Friday night. Brad will be ready when Mark arrives. They will be driving all night before they get to the lake.
They are excited about the weekend. Brad and Mark both love to fish. They love to fish together. They will be fishing together for many years.

LET’S STUDY THESE SENTENCES TOGETHER…

This weekend, he will be fishing at the lake.

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This weekend,  will he be fishing at the lake? Yes, he will.

When will he be fishing, at the lake? This weekend

Where will he be wishing, this weekend? At the lake.


Mark will be picking Brad up at 8 o’clock Friday night.

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Will Mark be picking Brad up at 8 o’clock Saturday night? No, he won’t (will not = won’t)

When will Mark be picking Brad up? He will be picking up Mark at Saturday night.

What time will Mark be picking Brad up? at 8 o’clock

 

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