Tense is the change of form in a verb to express the time of action of the verb, its continuance and degree of completeness. Hi friends, in today’s article we are going to know about the concept of Future Continuous Tense with examples, rules, formation. So let’s discuss in details.
There are three types of tense – (i) Present Tense (ii) Past Tense and (iii) Future Tense
What is Future Continuous Tense?
The Future Continuous Tense is used to express an action that will be still going on in the future.
Common Word – Till, even next, at this time tomorrow, this time tomorrow, at + time clause + tomorrow.
Structure of Future Continuous Tense (Formation)
Future Continuous Tense Rules
(i) First person (I, we) takes ‘Shall be‘ and rest of the subject takes ‘Will be‘.
(ii) If a verb ends with single ‘e‘ then ‘e‘ is omitted and ‘ing‘ is added to the verb.
Future Continuous Tense Examples
• I (read) my lesson till 9 PM to night.
I shall be reading my lesson till 9 PM at night.
• He (play) in our team event next time.
He will be playing in our team event next time.
• We (go) to Delhi at this time tomorrow.
We shall be going to Delhi at this time tomorrow.
• They (come) here at 9 AM tomorrow.
They will be coming here at 9 AM tomorrow.
• He (read) the book at night.
He will be reading the book at night.
• We (play) in the afternoon.
We shall be playing in the afternoon.
• He (wait) for you.
He will be waiting for you.
• I (write) a letter to my father this time tomorrow.
I shall be writing a letter to my father this time tomorrow.
• We (go) to school at that time.
We shall be going to school at that time.
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