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The Future Continuous tense expresses action in the future at a certain point in time. The action will have begun before to that time, but it will not have completed at that time. For example, I'll start working at 2 p.m. tomorrow and finish at 6 p.m.: I'll be working at 4 p.m. tomorrow.

Will + [root form of verb] is the formula for the simple future.

Tell students that we just put 'will' before the root form of the verb to get the future simple tense. Show pupils how to form the future tense by adding 'will' to several verbs on the board (eat, play, read, write, go, etc.). 'I'm going to eat,' for example.

The future continuous tense has the following formula: will + be + present participle. What are your plans for tomorrow, for example?

The future perfect continuous, also known as the future perfect progressive, is a verb tense used to indicate acts that will continue until a future point. Will + have + been + the verb's present participle (verb root + -ing) make up the future perfect continuous.

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