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Future continues Tense

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Affirmative Sentences
Rule – I, we (shall be+ ing)
He, she, you, they (will be +ing )

  • I shall be helping you
  • you will be going to Jaipur.
  • He will be coming today.
  • They will be playing with us.
  • She will be working happily.
Negative Sentences
Rule – “not" after "will" or "shall"
  • I shall not be helping you
  • you will not be going to Jaipur.
  • He will not be coming today.
  • They will not be playing with us.
  • She will not be working happily.
Interrogative sentences – affirmative
Rule – these sentences start with "will" or "shall" interrogative adverb come before "will" or "shall"
  •  Shall I be helping you
  •  will you be going to Jaipur.
  •  Will he be coming today?
  •  Will they be playing with us?
  •  Will she be working happily?
Interrogative Sentences – Negative
Rule – “not” before “be”
  • Shall I not be helping you
  •  will you not be going to Jaipur.
  •  Will he not be coming today?
  •  Will they not be playing with us?
  •  Will she not be working happily?
Example
  1. I will be talking to you.
  2. She will be giving examination this time.
  3. Train will be running speedily by this time.
  4. Your father will be coming from Delhi today.
  5. Dog will barking by this time.
  6. There will not be raining heavily.
  7. People will not be taking bath in the holy river today.
  8. He will not be remembering you?
  9. Will you be doing worship by this time tomorrow?
  10. Will carpenter be making chair?
  11. Who will not want to go there?
  12. Why teacher will not be teaching by this time
  13. which book you will not be reading tomorrow?

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