Future Continuous Tense (Future Progressive Tense)
The future continuous relates one action in the future to another specific action or time.
It’s formed this way: will + be + present participle (root word + ‑ing).
We will be going to the gym after work.
Will you be joining us?
At 5 a.m. tomorrow, they will be departing Alaska.
I’ll be returning home next Thursday.
Remember not to use the future continuous tense with non-action verbs like seem and know; include be in this list for future continuous tense. These verbs should use the simple future.
She will be being here at 3:00.
She will be here at 3:00.
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