There are four types of Future Tenses commonly used in English Grammar:
Usage: express future actions happen without the speaker's intention (birthday, weather, etc.), predictions or assumptions (I think, I hope, I'm sure, I'm afraid), and spontaneous actions (not planned).
Form: will + infinitive
Usage: denote an event that is ongoing in the future, predict future events, ask or inquire about events in the future, or refer to events in the future that have a continuous nature or occur regularly.
Form: will + be + infinitive + ing
Usage: refer to an action which will have been completed at some time in the future.
Form: will + have + past participle
Usage: describe an event that is ongoing and will complete sometime in the future.
Form: will + have + been + infinitive + ing
+ Affirmative: Lakers will win the match.
- Negative: Lakers will not win the match.
? Interrogative: Will Lakers win the match?
+ Affirmative: They will be playing basketball on Saturday night.
- Negative: They will not be playing basketball on Saturday night.
? Interrogative: Will they be playing basketball on Saturday night?
+ Affirmative: She will have read the announcement by tomorrow.
- Negative: She will not have read the announcement by tomorrow.
? Interrogative: Will she have read the announcement by tomorrow?
+ They will have been living in Texas for 10 years.
+ I will have been swimming for an hour by 6.30.
+ Next year, I will have been working at Google for 3 years.
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