Future Continuous Tense Notes – English Grammar Notes PDF for Academic and Competitive Exams

Future Continuous Tense Notes: Future Continuous Tense is used to describe ongoing actions that will take place in the future. It is formed using “will” or “shall” + “be” + present participle (-ing). By mastering this tense, you can communicate more effectively and precisely about future events.

Future Continuous Tense

Future Continuous Tense, also known as Future Progressive Tense, is used to describe an action that will be ongoing or in progress at a specific point in the future. It is formed using “will” or “shall” + “be” + present participle (-ing).

Here are some examples:

  1. I will be studying for my exam tomorrow evening.
  2. They will be traveling to Europe next summer.
  3. She will be working on her project until midnight.

In these examples, the verb “be” is followed by the present participle “-ing” of the main verb to form the Future Continuous Tense.

Like other tenses, Future Continuous Tense has four aspects: affirmative, negative, interrogative, and negative interrogative. Here are some examples:


  • I will be watching the game tonight.
  • She will be cooking dinner at 6 pm.
  • They will be celebrating their anniversary next week.


  • I will not be attending the meeting tomorrow.
  • She will not be working on Sunday.
  • They will not be visiting their grandparents this summer.


  • Will you be coming to the party on Friday?
  • Will they be arriving on time?
  • Will she be playing soccer this weekend?

Negative Interrogative:

  • Won’t he be studying for his exam tomorrow?
  • Won’t you be going to the concert tonight?
  • Won’t they be having a picnic tomorrow?

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