FUTURE CONTINUOUS TENSE

AFFIRMATIVE SENTENCES

In this tense with ‘shall or will’,’ be’ is used. First form of verb and ‘ing’ is used.

For Example:

  • We shall be taking our examination.
  • You will be leaving for Delhi.
  • Boys will be purchasing their new books.

NEGATIVE SENTENCES

In this tense ‘shall or will’ followed by ‘not’ and ‘be’ & first form of verb with ‘ing’ is used.

For Example :

  • I shall not be taking my meals.
  • We shall not be going to Delhi.
  • You will not be combing your hair.
  • Boys will not be making any mischief.

INTERROGATIVE SENTENCES

In this sentence ‘shall or will’ is used before subject with be and first form of verb with ‘ing’. Interrogative sign will be used at the end of the sentence.

For Example :

  • Will you be going to your office ?
  • Shall I be participating in the feat?
  • Will she be purchasing her clothes?

Similarly in interrogative negative sentences ‘shall or will’ is used before subject and ‘not’ & ‘be’ is used before first form of verb with ‘ing’ in the sentence.

For Example :

  • Shall I not be solving these sums?
  • Will the boys not be attending this meeting?
  • Will Mohan not be taking his meals?
  • Will you not be writing an article for the newspaper?

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