Thursday, 9 July 2015

Future Continuous Tense

Future Tense:

 Future Tense
Simple Future Tense
Future Continuous Tense
Future Perfect Tense
Future Continuous Tense: The future continuous tense represents an action going on at same time in future.

Future continuous = use of (shall / will) + be + V1 + ing
Future Continuous Tense
Singular
Plural
First Person
I shall be eating mango tomorrow
We shall be eating mango tomorrow
Second Person
You will be eating mango tomorrow
You will be eating mango tomorrow
Third Person
He will be eating mango tomorrow
They will be eating mango tomorrow
She will be eating mango tomorrow
It will be eating mango tomorrow

Rules:
  • In the future continuous tense, we must use “ be “ after the auxiliary will or shall.
  • In the future continuous tense, “ be “ is added just before “ ing “.
Formula: 

Positive: Subject + shall / will + be + V1 + ing + object
Negative: Subject + shall / will + not + be + V1 + ing + object
Interrogative: shall / will + subject + be + V1 + ing + object
Nag. Int.: shall / will + not + subject + be + V1 + ing + object

Example:
  1. I shall be reading a newspaper at this time tomorrow.
  2. Krishna will be weeping.
Example:

अगले महीने भास्कर अमेरिका जा रहा होगा ।
Positive: Bhaskar will be going to America next month.
Negative: Bhaskar won’t be going to America next month.
Interrogative: Will Bhaskar be going to America next month?
Neg. Int.: Won’t Bhaskar be going to America next month?

में गाना गाती रहूँगी ।
Positive: I shall be singing a song.
Negative: I shan’t be singing a song.
Interrogative: Shall I be singing a song?
Neg. Int.: Shan’t I be singing a song?

दिव्यानी पढ़ती रहेगी ।
Positive: Divyani will be studying.
Negative: Divyani won’t be studying.
Interrogative: Will Divyani be studying?
Neg. Int.: Won’t Divyani be studying?

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