Well, I don’t know. I’m not a fortune teller. But I hope you will be very happy, as much as possible, and that you’ll have fantastic English. This article is about the various ways that you can say something in the future in English. As you know, English has different tenses for past, present and… Continue reading What Will Be in Your Future?
Warning: If you are just starting to learn English, this article is not for you. I got many questions about the distinction about will and would. So let’s clear up. Will Will is used for the future. Examples: Tomorrow I will visit my parents. Or: Tomorrow I will be visiting my parents. (in future progressive)… Continue reading Will or Would?
As you know you can use will for the future. As in: 1 I will see you next Wednesday. You can also say: 2 I will be seeing you next Wednesday. What’s the difference? In 1, we’re using the simple future. In 2, we’ve used future progressive tense. (or future continuous) The future progressive tense… Continue reading Making Questions in Future Progressive (or Continuous)
In this article we’ll practise making the future progressive. It’s not very complicated. You use: will be + verb ending in –ing. When to Use? We use the future progressive when something is sure to happen. Here is an example: A) I can say: I will go to the movies tonight. B) I can also… Continue reading I Will Be Studying for my Exam This Weekend – Future Progressive (Continuous)