Future continuous and future perfect

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Future continuous and future perfect

  1. 1. FUTURE CONTINUOUS <br />I will be playing tennis at 10am tomorrow. (+)<br />They won't be watching TV at 9pm tonight.( - )<br />What will you be doing at 10pm tonight? ( ? )<br />What will you be doing when I arrive? ( ? )<br />She will not be sleeping when you telephone her. ( - )<br />We 'll be having dinner when the film starts. (+)<br />Take your umbrella. It will be raining when you return.(+)<br />
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  3. 3. Future Continuous "will be doing FORM Future Continuous with "Will"<br />[will be + present participle]<br />Examples:<br />You will be waiting for her when her plane arrives tonight.<br />Will you be waiting for her when her plane arrives tonight?<br />You will not be waiting for her when her plane arrives tonight.<br />
  4. 4. USE 1 Interrupted Action in the Future<br />Use the Future Continuous to indicate that a longer action in the future will be interrupted by a shorter action in the future. Remember this can be a real interruption or just an interruption in time. <br />Examples:<br />I will be watching TV when she arrives tonight.<br />I will be waiting for you when your bus arrives.<br />Tonight, they will be eating dinner, discussing their plans, and having a good time.<br />
  5. 5. Complete List of Future Perfect Forms<br />USE 1 - Completed Action Before Something in the Future <br />The Future Perfect expresses the idea that something will occur before another action in the future. It can also show that something will happen before a specific time in the future.<br />Examples:<br />By next November, I will have received my promotion. (+)<br />By next week, I will not have finished this book. (-)<br />
  6. 6. Will she have learned enough Chinese to communicate before she moves to Beijing?<br />By the time I finish this course, I will have taken ten tests. <br />ACTIVE / PASSIVE<br />Examples:<br />They will have completed the project before the deadline. Active<br />The project will have been completedbefore the deadline. Passive<br />
  7. 7. The Future Perfect Tense<br />The future perfect tense is only used in a few situations, but it's still good to know it. Here's how to make it.<br />The future perfect is made with the future simple of 'have' (will have) and the past participle. For regular past participles add 'ed' to the verb ('play' becomes 'played'). <br />Here's the positive: <br />By six pm tonight, <br />I will have finished this book.<br /> youwill have studied the English tenses.<br /> she will have cooked dinner<br /> he will have arrived.<br /> we will have met Julie.<br /> it will have stopped raining<br /> they will have left İstanbul.<br />For the short form, we change will to 'll. <br />
  8. 8. By three o’clock this afternoon, <br />..........................you will not have studied the English tenses.(-)<br />..........................she will not have cooked dinner. (-)<br />..............................he will not have arrived. (-)<br />...........................we will not have met Julie. (-)<br />...................it will not have stopped raining. (-)<br />....................they will not have left Istanbul. (-)<br />

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