The affirmative future continuous tense.
It consists of:
The subject + will + be + infinitive + (-ing)
From 5 to 7 PM tomorrow, my mother will be visiting her friend.
The negative future continuous tense consists of:
The subject + will not (won’t) + be + infinitive + (-ing)
From 13th to 20th of next December, I will not be attending school.
The interrogative future continuous tense:
How to make questions using the future continuous tense:
Will + the subject (noun/ pronoun) + be + infinitive + (-ing) + the rest of the sentence?
The question: Will your colleagues be camping from Saturday to Monday next week?
The answer: Yes, they will be camping. / No, they will not be camping.
Note: questions made with question words (how, when, where, why, etc,) are constructed as follows:
Question word + will + the subject + be + infinitive+(-ing)+ the rest of the sentence?
The question: Where will they be camping from Saturday to Monday next week?
The answer: Next week from Saturday to Monday, they will be camping in the woods.
When to use the future continuous tense?
Words that express the future continuous tense:
The future continuous tense is used to make predictions about something that will be completed within a specific time in the future.
In this pattern, it always comes with the next expression:
From (time) to (time) in the future.
- From 4 to 8 PM tomorrow, I will be cooking for the party.
- From Tuesday to Friday next week, my friends will be travelling abroad.