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Future Continuous Tense: Rules Formula, Examples, Exercises, Structure

The Future Continuous Tense (Progressive Tense)

The future tense refers to tenses that indicate that something will happen in the future and will last for an expected period of time. Also called Future Progressive. In simple words, the future continuous tense refers to/denotes a verb that occurs in the future and lasts a certain amount of time.

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Future Continuous Tense – Formula

Subject + will +be + base form of the verb + the rest of the sentence

However, there are other things to be aware of. You should also learn how sentences are constructed using the future tense of verbs when the verbs are positive, negative, interrogative, and negative interrogative.

Look at the table below to get a better understanding of the structure of the Future tense.

Positive Negative Interrogative Negative Interrogative
Subject + will +be + base form of the verb + the rest of the sentence Subject + will +not+ be+ present participle (verb+ing) + the rest of the sentence.

(or)

Subject + won’t + be+ present participle (verb+ing) + the rest of the sentence?

Will + subject + be + present participle (verb+ing) + the rest of the sentence? Will + subject + not+ be+ present participle (verb+ing) + the rest of the sentence?

(or)

Won’t + subject + be+ present participle (verb+ing) + the rest of the sentence?

Examples

  • She will be going there.
  • We will be sleeping.
  • I will be taking the examination.
  • They will be enjoying the weather.
Examples

  • She will not be going there.
  • She won’t be going there.
  • We will not be sleeping.
  • We won’t be sleeping.
  • I will not be taking the examination.
  • I won’t be taking the examination.
  • They will not be enjoying the weather.
  • They won’t be enjoying the weather.
Examples

  • Will she be going there?
  • Will we be sleeping?
  • Will I be taking the examination?
  • Will they be enjoying the weather?
Examples

  • Will she not be going there?
  • Will we not be sleeping?
  • Will I not be taking the examination?
  • Will they not be enjoying the weather?

(OR)

  • Won’t she be going there?
  • Won’t we be sleeping?
  • Won’t I be taking the examination?
  • Won’t they be enjoying the weather?

Note:- Won’t is a contraction used for will not

Future Continuous Tense – Uses

  1. The future tense is used to talk about future events that will occur at a specific time in the future. This structure is often used to create a contrast between current events and future events.

For examples:

  • This time tomorrow I will be sleeping.

The above sentence is showing the differentiation between the present moment and the future event.

2. Future Continuous Tense can be used to make predictions also.

For examples:

  • She will be sleeping this time.

The above sentence is predicting what she can do now.

Future Continuous Tense – Rules

Rules to be used while writing in the Future continuous tense.

  1. Use ‘will be’ while writing the sentence in the future continuous tense.
  2. Add ‘-ing’ in the main action verb.
  3. Note that while making the sentence in the negative form ‘not’ will come in between will and be. Like ‘will not be’.

Future Continuous Tense – Examples Sentences

Here are some examples of Future Continuous Tense for the better understanding

  • Children will be going to school. (Positive)
  • Children will not be going to school. (Negative)
  • Will children be going to school? (Interrogative)
  • Won’t children be going to school? (Negative interrogative)

 

  • The boys will be playing in the park. (Positive)
  • The boys will not be playing in the park. (Negative)
  • Will the boys be playing in the park? (Interrogative)
  • Won’t the boys be playing in the park? (Negative interrogative)

 

  • The baby will be crying out loud. (Positive)
  • The baby will not be crying out loud. (Negative)
  • Will the baby be crying out loud? (Interrogative)
  • Won’t the baby be crying out loud? (Negative interrogative)

 

  • It will be raining now. (Positive)
  • It won’t be raining now. (Negative)
  • Will it be raining now? (Interrogative)
  • Won’t it be raining now? (Negative interrogative)

 

  • I will be cooking pasta for lunch. (Positive)
  • I won’t be cooking pasta for lunch. (Negative)
  • Will I be cooking pasta for lunch? (Interrogative)
  • Won’t I be cooking pasta for lunch? (Negative interrogative)

 

  • Miss Peters will be teaching in the class. (Positive)
  • Miss Peters won’t be teaching in the class. (Negative)
  • Will Miss Peters be teaching in the class? (Interrogative)
  • Won’t Miss Peters be teaching in the class? (Negative interrogative)

Future Continuous Tense in Hindi

भविष्य काल उन काल को संदर्भित करता है जो इंगित करते हैं कि भविष्य में कुछ होगा और समय की अपेक्षित अवधि तक चलेगा। फ्यूचर प्रोग्रेसिव भी कहा जाता है। सरल शब्दों में, फ्यूचर कंटीन्यूअस टेंस एक क्रिया को संदर्भित करता है / जो भविष्य में होता है और एक निश्चित समय तक रहता है।

फ्यूचर कंटीन्यूअस टेंस – फॉर्मूला
विषय + होगा + क्रिया का आधार रूप + शेष वाक्य

हालांकि, इसके बारे में जागरूक होने के लिए अन्य चीजें हैं। आपको यह भी सीखना चाहिए कि जब क्रिया सकारात्मक, नकारात्मक, प्रश्नवाचक और नकारात्मक प्रश्नवाचक होती है, तो क्रियाओं के भविष्य काल का उपयोग करके वाक्यों का निर्माण कैसे किया जाता है।

Future Continuous Tense Examples in Hindi

बेहतर समझ के लिए फ्यूचर कंटीन्यूअस टेंस के कुछ उदाहरण यहां दिए गए हैं

बच्चे स्कूल जा रहे होंगे। (सकारात्मक)
बच्चे स्कूल नहीं जा रहे होंगे। (नकारात्मक)
क्या बच्चे स्कूल जा रहे होंगे? (पूछताछ)
क्या बच्चे स्कूल नहीं जा रहे होंगे? (नकारात्मक पूछताछ)

 

लड़के पार्क में खेल रहे होंगे। (सकारात्मक)
लड़के पार्क में नहीं खेल रहे होंगे। (नकारात्मक)
क्या लड़के पार्क में खेल रहे होंगे? (पूछताछ)
क्या लड़के पार्क में नहीं खेल रहे होंगे? (नकारात्मक पूछताछ)

 

बच्चा जोर-जोर से रो रहा होगा। (सकारात्मक)
बच्चा जोर से नहीं रोएगा। (नकारात्मक)
क्या बच्चा जोर-जोर से रो रहा होगा? (पूछताछ)
क्या बच्चा जोर से नहीं रो रहा होगा? (नकारात्मक पूछताछ)

 

अब बारिश होगी। (सकारात्मक)
अभी बारिश नहीं होगी। (नकारात्मक)
क्या अब बारिश होगी? (पूछताछ)
क्या अब बारिश नहीं होगी? (नकारात्मक पूछताछ)

 

मैं दोपहर के भोजन के लिए पास्ता बना रही हूँ। (सकारात्मक)
मैं दोपहर के भोजन के लिए पास्ता नहीं बनाऊँगा। (नकारात्मक)
क्या मैं दोपहर के भोजन के लिए पास्ता पका रहा हूँ? (पूछताछ)
क्या मैं दोपहर के भोजन के लिए पास्ता नहीं बना रही हूँ? (नकारात्मक पूछताछ)

 

मिस पीटर्स कक्षा में पढ़ा रही होंगी। (सकारात्मक)
मिस पीटर्स कक्षा में नहीं पढ़ा रही होंगी। (नकारात्मक)
क्या मिस पीटर्स कक्षा में पढ़ा रही होंगी? (पूछताछ)
क्या मिस पीटर्स कक्षा में नहीं पढ़ा रही होंगी? (नकारात्मक पूछताछ)

Future Continuous Tense – Exercises

After looking at all the examples given, you should have a really good idea of ​​the present continuous tense. Here is the exercise given below for a better understanding of the concepts:

Q. Fill in the blanks using the correct form of the verb given in the bracket:

  1. I __________ a new iPhone.(buy)
  2. The teacher ______ in a class. (teach)
  3. He ______ hard during the exam. (study)
  4. _______ with my best friend. (talk)
  5. She ________ a lot of videos. (watch)
  6. Mom ______ my house this time. (clean)
  7. They __________ by airplane. (travel)
  8. He ________ to learn the french language. (try)
  9. They _______ in the office. (work)
  10. He __________ a new skill. (learn)

Check your answers

  1. will be buying a new iPhone.
  2. The teacher will be teaching in a class.
  3. He will be studying hard during the exam.
  4. will be talking with my best friend.
  5. She will be watching a lot of videos.
  6. Mom will be cleaning my house this time.
  7. They will be traveling by airplane.
  8. He will be trying to learn the french language.
  9. They will be working in the office.
  10. He will be learning a new skill.

Future Continuous/ Progressive Tense – FAQs

Q.1 What is the Future continuous tense with examples?

Ans. The future tense refers to tenses that indicate that something will happen in the future and will last for an expected period of time. Also called Future Progressive.
Examples:  She will be cooking dinner.

Q.2 What are the four types of Future continuous tense?

Ans. The four types of Future Continuous Tense are as follows
Positive, Negative, Interrogative, and Negative interrogative

Q.3 When future continuous is used?

Ans. Future Continuous Tense also called present progressive tense, is used to describe actions that are going to happen in the future

Q.4 What is the structure of the present continuous tense?

Ans. The structure of the present continuous tense is

Subject + will be + present participle (verb+ing) + the rest of the sentence

Q.5 What are 5 examples of present continuous tense?

Ans. 5 examples of Present Continuous Tense are given below:
The boys will be playing in the park.
Children will be making noise in the class.
My mother will be cooking dinner.
Miss Peters won’t be teaching in the class.
Won’t I be cooking pasta for lunch?

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