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The paradigm of the verb in the future continuous





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Affirmative Interrogative
I shall be speaking He (she, it) will be speaking We shall be speaking You will be speaking They will be speaking Shall I be speaking? Will he (she, it) be speaking? Shall we be speaking? Will you be speaking? Will they be speaking?

Negative

I shall not (shan’t) be speaking He (she, it) will not (won’t) be speaking We shall not (shan’t) be speaking You will not (won’t) be speaking They will not (won’t) be speaking

Negative-interrogative

a) Shall I not be speaking? Will he (she, it) not be speaking? Shall we not be speaking? Will you not be speaking? Will they not be speaking? b) Shan’t I be speaking? Won’t he (she, it) be speaking? Shan’t we be speaking? Won’t you be speaking? Won’t they be speaking?

§ 47. The future continuous is used to denote:

1. An action in progress at a certain moment of time or during a certain period of time in the future (compare the corresponding use of the past continuous).

 

At that time she will be having her early morning cup of coffee.

In an hour I'll be flying over the sea.

When she comes, I think I’ll be packing already.

It will be too late. He will be sleeping.

From ten till twelve he will be writing in his study.

 

As can be seen from the above examples, the moment (or period) of time at which the action is taking place is either indicated by special adverbials of time, or is implied by another future action, or else by the context or situation.

 

2. An action the occurrence of which is expected by the speaker.

 

By the way, Megan will be coming to lunch.

She says she’ll be seeing you tomorrow.

 

In all its uses the future continuous is rendered in Russian by means of the future tense of the imperfective aspect (будет пить, буду лететь, буду упаковываться, etc.).

 

The future perfect

 

§ 48. Formation. The future perfect is formed analytically by means of the auxiliary to have in the future indefinite (shall/will have) and participle II of the notional verb.

In the interrogative the corresponding form of the first auxiliary (shall/will) is used in the front position and the second auxiliary (have) and participle II follow the subject.

In the negative the corresponding negative forms of shall/will are used and the second auxiliary (have) and participle II follow them.

In the negative-interrogative the corresponding negative-interrogative forms of shall/will are used in the front position and the second auxiliary and participle II follow the subject.

 

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