Future Continuous Tense Exercises and Quiz

Future Continuous Test

Future continuous is not always on every English test, but it is commonly used in our everyday lives. Having a solid foundation in this verb tense will help you better communicate with and understand native English speakers. To help you succeed, we have made these future continuous tense exercises to test your knowledge.

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You can find the quiz and questions below, and you can also download them as a PDF file. However, you will need the audio found on this page for Part 5. 

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Future Continuous Tense Exercises

We have created five different kinds of exercises for you to practice with. The answers can be found in the PDF above or in the answers section below Part 5.

Part 1: Fill in the Blanks

Fill in the blank with appropriate verb conjugation for future continuous. The verb we want for you to use is found in the parentheses.

1. I ___________ (go) to the park tonight.

2. You ___________(not / watch) a movie this week.

3. We ___________ (run) at the track tomorrow.

4. Susan ___________ (not / attend) university in Toronto.

5. They ___________ (worry) about the repairs all week.

Part 2:  Answer the Questions

Please answer the following questions using future continuous tense and the answers found in the parentheses.

1. What will you be doing tomorrow? (see my friend)

2. What will she be playing while I’m at work? (video games)

3. Where will you be working in New York? (a bank)

4. When will they be leaving for the train station? (8 o’clock)

5. Will he be going to Tessa’s house tonight? (Yes)

Part 3: Correct the Sentences

Please correct the following five sentences. Not every sentence is incorrect, so make sure to only change sentences that need it.

1. Sam and Judy be going the mall later.

2. We’ll be not sharing our cookies with them.

3. They’ll be cleaning the house this weekend.

4. Where will they be going yesterday?

5. Will we be haveing lunch together tomorrow?

Part 4: Arrange the Sentence

The next three questions are sentences or questions that have been scrambled. You need to unscramble the sentence by putting each word in the correct place. You will need to use all of the words and you should not need to add any words yourself.

1. be / library / book / ? / tomorrow / will / to / you / the / loan / a / going / to 

2. think / Jane / eating / I / for / next / be / week / I / and / Ted / will / the / turkey 

3. test / asking / these / them / after / I / the / be / after / will / questions

Part 5: Listening Test

In this listening test, you will listen to a dialogue and then answer the multiple-choice question. The audio can be found after every question.

1. What will Tyler be playing tomorrow?

A. Guitar

B. Soccer

C. Video Games

2. When does Tim think we’ll be reading Shakespeare this year?

A. In the fall

B. After winter break

C. Before finals

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Answers Section

Part 1 Answers: Fill in the Blanks

1. I ___________ (go) to the park tonight.

I will be going to the park tonight.

2. You ___________(not / watch) a movie this week.

You will not be watching a movie this week. / You won’t be watching a movie this week.

3. We ___________ (run) at the track tomorrow.

We will be running at the track tomorrow.

4. Susan ___________ (not / attend) university in Toronto.

Susan will not be attending university in Toronto. / Susan won’t be attending …

5. They ___________ (worry) about the repairs all week.

They will be worrying about the repairs all week.

Part 2 Answers:  Answer the Questions

1. What will you be doing tomorrow? (see my friend)

I’ll be seeing my friend tomorrow.

I will be seeing…

2. What will she be playing while I’m at work? (video games)

She will be playing video games while you are at work.

She’ll be playing …

3. Where will you be working in New York? (a bank)

I’ll be working at a bank in New York.

I will be working…

4. When will they be leaving for the train station? (8 o’clock)

They’ll be leaving for the train station at 8 o’clock.

They will be leaving…

5. Will he be going to Tessa’s house tonight? (Yes)

Yes, he’ll be going to Tessa’s house tonight.

Yes, he will be going…

Part 3 Answers: Correct the Sentences

1. Sam and Judy be going the mall later.

Sam and Judy will be going to the mall later.

2. We’ll be not sharing our cookies with them.

We won’t be sharing our cookies with them.

3. They’ll be cleaning the house this weekend.

They’ll be cleaning the house this weekend. (no errors)

4. Where will they be going yesterday?

Where will they be going tomorrow?

5. Will we be haveing lunch together tomorrow?

Will we be having lunch together tomorrow?

Part 4 Answers: Arrange the Sentence

1. be / library / book / ? / tomorrow / will / to / you / the / loan / a / going / to 

Will you be going to the library to loan a book tomorrow?

2. think / Jane / eating / I / for / next / be / week / I / and / Ted / will / the / turkey 

I think Jane and Ted will be eating turkey for the next week.

3. test / asking / these / them / after / I / the / be / after / will / questions

I will be asking them these questions after the test.

Part 5 Answers: Listening Test

1. What will Tyler be playing tomorrow?

A. Guitar

B. Soccer

C. Video Games

What will you be doing tomorrow, Tyler? After baseball is done, I’ll probably be busy playing my guitar.

2. When does Tim think we’ll be reading Shakespeare this year?

A. In the fall

B. After winter break

C. Before finals

When do you think we’ll be reading Shakespeare this year, Tim?  I know that we will be busy in the fall and that we won’t be reading Shakespeare before finals. So probably after winter break, I think.

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