Future Continuous Tense Examples (Over 70 Example Sentences)

In this article, we want to give you several future continuous tense examples so that you can see how these sentences are properly put together. As the grammar is fairly easy, we will sort our sections by use and complexity.

You will learn what basic future continuous sentences looks like. As well, you will see how you can add place and time words to make your sentences more exact. Finally, you will learn how to make more complex sentences to take full advantage of all of the things you can do with future continuous or future progressive.

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Future Continuous Tense Examples

For these future continuous examples, we have tried to keep things as organized as possible. We start with basic sample sentences that will show off the general sentence structure of the future continuous. Next, we complicate these sentences with time and place words. Finally, we look at more advanced sentences that correspond to specific uses of this tense. 

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1. Basic Examples

I will be running.
I’ll be running.

He will not be playing soccer.
He won’t be playing soccer.

She will be watching a movie.
She’ll be watching a movie.

It will be updating.
It’ll be updating.

We will not be hiding.
We won’t be hiding.

They will be driving the car.
They’ll be driving the car.

Will you be running?
Will he be playing soccer?
Will she be watching a movie?
What will they be doing?
What’ll he be doing?

2. Adding a Place

Typically, place words are going to come after the verb, and any object associated with that verb, but before any time words.

I will not be running at the track.
I won’t be running at the track.

He will be playing soccer in England.
He’ll be playing soccer in England.

She will be watching a movie at my house.
She’ll be watching a movie at my house.

It will not be updating the computers at the office.
It won’t be updating the computers at the office.

We will be hiding under the table.
We’ll be hiding under the table.

They will be driving the car on the highway.
They’ll be driving the car on the highway.

Will it be updating the computers at the office?
Where will we be hiding?
Where will they be driving the car?

3. Adding Time Words

In almost all cases, it is appropriate to put time words at the end of a sentence after place words. If you want to de-emphasize the time, you could put it at the beginning, followed by a comma.

I will be running at the track tonight.
I’ll be running at the track tonight.

Next year, he will be playing soccer in England.
He’ll be playing soccer in England next year.

She will be watching a movie at my house tomorrow.
She’ll be watching a movie at my house tomorrow.

It will be updating the computers at the office next weekend.
Next weekend, it’ll be updating the computers at the office.

We will be hiding under the table next time that we play hide and go seek.
Next time that we play hide and go seek, we’ll be hiding under the table.

They will not be driving the car on the highway when they go to visit their mom.
 When they go to visit their mom, they won’t be driving the car on the highway.

When will she be watching a movie at your house?
When will you be running on the track?
When will you be playing soccer in England?

4. Sentences With Still (From Present into the Future)

In these sentences, we will be adding still to show that something is happening now and that you believe that it will continue on into the future. As you can see, still goes before the main verb.

I’ll still be here for another hour.

He will still be running for another hour.

She’ll still be playing for another thirty minutes.

It’ll still be working tomorrow.

We’ll still be studying tonight.

Next year, they will still be living in London.

Will she still be running marathons when she is 80?

Will we still be playing Monoply in an hour?

5. Adding Guessing Verbs

When we are showing that someone is guessing, we can add an extra verb before the future continuous. Usually, we use verbs like believe, think, guess, or bet.

I think that I’ll be working tonight.

He guesses that she’ll be running in the park.

She assumes that he will be busy reading the newspaper.

They bet that you’ll be swimming all day.

What do you think that they will be doing tonight?

6. Sentences With While (Two Simultaneous Events)

In this construction, we can show what will be happening while something else is happening. We use the word while to help with this meaning.

I’ll be working while you sleep.

They will be living in Australia while you finish your degree.

You’ll be feeling disappointed while I’m winning. 

We won’t be going to bed early while you are gone. 

What will you be doing while I’m at the doctor’s office?

Where will you be studying while I’m in class? 

7. Polite Questions

We can form these questions in other ways, but by phrasing them in the future continuous tense, they gain a more polite feel.

Will Sharon be coming to the movies with us?

Will he be working there yet?

When do you think they will be getting married?

How do you think you will be doing after the operation?

Why do you think they will be going to Hawaii this year?

Final Thoughts

Future continuous tense examples can help you by giving you concrete sentences that you can base your own sentences on. As you become more confident, you can begin to form your own sentences. Soon you won’t need any help at all.

Good luck, and keep up the hard work. We hope that this resource has been helpful for you. If there is anything else we can do to help you with your English journey, please just ask. 

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