Future Tenses, Grammar Exercises

Grammar Exercise: Future Continuous

Future Tenses: Future Continuous

Examples: 

This time tomorrow I’ll be flying to Japan.
Don’t worry, we won’t be staying long.
Will they be having a party to celebrate their anniversary?

Add the correct form of the future continuous and scroll down for the answers.

  1. Have a great birthday. We __________ of you. (think)
  2. This time tomorrow George __________  his driving test.  (take)
  3. You can have the computer this afternoon if you like. I __________ it. (not / use)
  4. The team’s plane _________  in Barcelona right about now. (land)
  5. A: “What __________ this time next year?” (you / do)
    B: “I hope I __________ and __________ in Canada.” (live; work)
  6. I wouldn’t ring the boss right now.  He __________  golf and you know how he hates to be interrupted. (play)
  7. Karen’s just phoned me. She __________ us for lunch tomorrow as she has to go to Milan. (not / join)
  8. _________ your parents when you’re in Istanbul? (you / visit)

     











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ANSWERS

1.  ‘ll be thinking
2.  will be taking
3.  won’t be using
4.  will be landing
5.  will you be doing / ‘ll be living and working (there’s no need to repeat “I’ll be”)
6.  ‘ll be playing
7. won’t be joining
8. will you be visiting


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