It is used to describe a scene which will happen in future.

Example

I will be travelling the world next year

My parents will be visiting me next month

She will be marrying soon

Note

  • In Present Continuous, we always use
  • will be +  verb + ing

Comparison of Different Tenses

Simple Present Tense Present Continous Tense Past Continous Tense Future Continous Tene
I play hockey I am playing hockey I was playing hockey I will be playing hockey
He play hockey He is playing hockey He was playing hockey He will be playing hockey
She plays hockey She is playing hockey She was playing hockey She will be playing hockey
They play hockey They are playing hockey They were playing hockey They will be playing hockey
We play hockey We are playing hockey We were playing hockey We will be playing hockey
You play hockey You are playing hockey You were playing hockey You will be playing hockey
Girl plays hockey Girl is playing hockey Girl was playing hockey Girl will be playing hockey
Girls play hockey Girls are playing hockey Girls were playing hockey Girls will be playing hockey
Team plays hockey Team are playing hockey Team were playing hockey Team will be playing hockey

Rules for Future Continuous

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SUMMARY Present Continuous Tense Past Continuous Tense Future Continuous Tense
I am + ing was + ing Will be + ing
Singular (He, she, it) is + ing was + ing Will be + ing
They, You (Plural or or) are + ing were + ing Will be + ing

 

Convert the following into Past Continuous and Future Continuous

He is running very fast

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They are roaming the streets

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Shikhar and Rohit are batting

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Boys is flirting with girls

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Gang is robbing the bank

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Cable Network is not coming

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