Notes On Future Progressive Tense - CBSE Class 9 English Grammar
It is used to express a continued or an ongoing action in future. The future continuous refers to an unfinished action or event that will be in progress at a time later than now. The future continuous is used for quite a few different purposes. The future continuous can be used: 1.To project oneself into the future. E.g. Mrs. Sharma will be meeting you tomorrow.        He will be sending her a gift. 2.To convey ongoing nature of an action (meeting) which will happen in future. E.g. Next month, you will be working on different project.        This time next week you will writing the final exams. 3.For predicting or guessing about future events. E.g. We hope you will be feeling better tomorrow.         I expect she will be joining the new firm next week. 4.In the interrogative form, the future continuous can be used to ask politely for information about the future. E.g.Will the Chief guest be Coming to the wedding party?       Will you be getting good marks in the final examinations?

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It is used to express a continued or an ongoing action in future. The future continuous refers to an unfinished action or event that will be in progress at a time later than now. The future continuous is used for quite a few different purposes. The future continuous can be used: 1.To project oneself into the future. E.g. Mrs. Sharma will be meeting you tomorrow.        He will be sending her a gift. 2.To convey ongoing nature of an action (meeting) which will happen in future. E.g. Next month, you will be working on different project.        This time next week you will writing the final exams. 3.For predicting or guessing about future events. E.g. We hope you will be feeling better tomorrow.         I expect she will be joining the new firm next week. 4.In the interrogative form, the future continuous can be used to ask politely for information about the future. E.g.Will the Chief guest be Coming to the wedding party?       Will you be getting good marks in the final examinations?
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