What is future continuous negative?
Future continuous negative form Examples: I will not be going to bed late tonight. / I won’t be going to bed late. You won’t be doing much cooking this week. The children will not be walking to school when it’s snowing. My girlfriend won’t be reading my emails anymore.
How do you question future continuous?
he will not be cooking (he won’t be ..) she will not be studying (she won’t be ..)…Next weekend,
- what will I be doing?
- where will you be working?
- how will she be travelling?
- what will he be eating?
- why will we be studying?
- why will it be snowing?
- what will they be wearing?
What is the formula of future continuous?
The formula for the future continuous tense is: will + be + present participle. Examples: What are you doing tomorrow?
What is the negative form of future perfect tense?
Future Perfect Tense – Negative. Subject + Will/Shall + Not + Have + Verb (3rd form) + Object + (.) In negative sentence of Future Perfect Tense, ‘Not’ is added between ‘Will/Shall’ & ‘Have’. 3rd Form of Verb comes after ‘Will/Shall Not Have’.
What do we use future continuous for?
(Also called the Future Progressive) 1: We use the future continuous to talk about an action in the future that overlaps another, shorter action or a time. The action in the future continuous usually starts before and might continue after the second action or time.
Why do we use future continuous?
1: We use the future continuous to talk about an action in the future that overlaps another, shorter action or a time. The action in the future continuous usually starts before and might continue after the second action or time. This is very similar to how we use the past continuous in the past.
How do you change future continuous?
We make the future continuous tense by putting be + ing form of the verb after will/shall. She will be coming. I will be helping you.
What are the rules of future continuous?
In order to form the future continuous tense, we use the phrase will be followed by the present participle of the verb. The present participle is a form of the verb that ends in -ing. For example, the present participle of swim is swimming.