Presentation on theme: "Future Continuous & Perfect. Future Continuous will + be + verb-ing This time next week we’ll be sitting on the beach. A: Where do I meet you? B: I’ll."— Presentation transcript:
Future Continuous will + be + verb-ing This time next week we’ll be sitting on the beach. A: Where do I meet you? B: I’ll be waiting for you outside the cinema.
to talk about an action that will be in progress at a specific point in the future. Use Future Continuous At seven o’clock tomorrow I will be playing soccer.
to talk about planned events, or events that we expect to happen. (Similar to the present continuous for arrangements) Use Future Continuous I’ll be going to the mall later. Is there anything you need?
to predict what is happening now. Use Future Continuous Try phoning the school. He’ll probably still be having lunch.
Can you let me know what time you will be arriving? Use WILL to ask extremely politely about future plans.
By the time we get to the movies, the film will have already started. Future Perfect will + have + verb (past participle)
to talk about a completed action or event in the future / to look back from the future to an earlier event, often with BY or BY THE TIME. Use Future Perfect By June, he will have payed his debt.
By May, she will have bought a car. She’ll have looked at a lot of cars by then.
The party started early. So, by midnight we will have been celebrating for many hours. Future Perfect Continuous will + have + been verb-ing
By the time he is eighteen, he will have been learning French for ten years. Use Future Perfect Continuous to say how long an action or event will have been in progress at a specific time in the future.