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Wednesday, 20 July 2022

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FUTURE CONTINUOUS TENSE

A. Positive Sentences 

Structural pattern: Subject + will/shall + be + present participle: 

Examples:

  • I will be washing my clothes 
  • She will be cooking cook ugali 
  • They will playing football 

B. Negative Sentences

Structural pattern: Subject + will/shall + be + present participle:

Examples:

  • I will not be washing my clothes 
  • She will not be cooking cook ugali 
  • They will not be playing football 

C. Interrogative Sentences 

Structural pattern: Will/shall + subject + be + -ing:

(a) Positive Interrogative Sentences

Structural pattern: Will/shall + subject + be + -ing:

Examples:

  • Will I be washing my clothes? 
  • Will she be cooking cook ugali? 
  • Will they be playing football? 

(b) Negative Interrogative Sentences  

Structural pattern: Won't+ subject + be + -ing: 

Examples:

  • Won't I be washing my clothes? 
  • Won't she be cooking cook ugali?
  • Won't they be playing football? 

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