What is it good for?
- Talking about continuing situations in the future.
- It will be raining all day tomorrow.
- They will be talking through the entire movie.
- Talking about continuing actions in the future that are interrupted.
- I will be watching TV when you get home from work.
- We will be living in a retirement home by the time that webpage loads.
- Talking about continuing actions that will be happening at a specific time.
- They will be driving home from work at five o’clock.
- You will be sitting on a beach at this time tomorrow.
- Talking about parallel actions (happening at the same time) in the future.
- They will be laughing, singing and dancing all night tonight.
- At the interviews tomorrow, we will be meeting with all the candidates, reviewing their resumes and discussing who is the best fit for the job.
Making it Negative:
Put not after will. Example: They will not be seeing each other until their wedding day tomorrow.
Asking a Question:
Will + subject+ be + present participle (+object)?
- Will the children be doing their homework by the time I get home?
- Will you be waiting for me when I get there?