It is used to express a continued or an ongoing action in future.



Affirmative Sentences
Rule 1:  I,We + Shall be + (1st Form of Verb + ing) + Object (See Examples 1,5)

Rule 2:  Subject(Other than I,We) + will be + (1st Form of Verb + ing) + Object (See Examples 2,3,4) 

Examples:
1. I shall be reading my book.
2. They will be playing football.
3. He will be learning lesson.
4. You will be calling my servant.
5. We shall be coming to your house.

Negative Sentences
Rule 1:  Subject + will/shall + not + be + (1st Form of Verb + ing) + Object

Examples:
1. I shall not be going to London.
2. She will not be playing with her doll.
3. The cow will not be grazing grass.
4. They will not be going to market.
5. We shall not be throwing a ball.

Interrogative Sentences

Rule 1:  Will/Shall + Subject + be + (1st Form of Verb + ing) + Object 
(See Examples 1,2)

Rule 2: when/why/what/where + will/shall + Subject + be + (1st Form of Verb + ing) + Object (See Example 4)

Rule 3: how much/how many/whose/which also used with their related nouns.(See Example 6)

Rule 4:  If any interrogative word works like a subject then write it first then carry on with will be/shall be + (1st form of verb + ing) (See Example 7)

Rule 5: Interrogative negative sentences are just like Interrogative affirmative sentences with only use of not after subject.
Will/Shall + subject + not + + be + (1st form of verb + ing)
(See example 3,5)


Rule 6: Must put Question Mark (?) in the end of sentence.

Examples:
1. Will he be going to the market?
2. Shall I be going to village on foot?
3. Will that child not be making a noise?
4. Where will your father be going tomorrow?
5. Why will he not be reading his book?
6. How many boys will be sleeping in the room?
7. Who will be playing in the field?
8. Who will be coming to school now?

Tenses - English to English Translation
Simple Tense

 Continuous Tense

Perfect Tense


Tenses - Hindi to English Translation
Simple Tense

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