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Future 1 progressive

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The Future 1 Progressive is mainly used to describe a process that will take place simultaneously with another process in the future.

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Future 1 progressive formation

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will be + Infinitive + “-ing“

Just as with other progressive tenses, the future 1 progressive is formed using the “to be” form “be” and a verb + “-ing”. In addition, the verb will is still needed, which is in front of the be. You should also note that you are keeping the word order (subject, predicate, object).


will not be +  Infinitive + „-ing“

Also, the negation is not really difficult, as the formation of a “normal” sentence. That means you just have to write a “not” behind the verb “will”.



However, in the future 1 progressive, there are no irregular verbs.

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What is to be observed in future 1 progressive!

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Spelling rules to “-ing” formation:

Particularly, making verbs with ing at the end is very simple. However, there are few points to consider:


 1. For verbs ending in “-e”:

The “-e” goes away:

  • give becomes giving


2. Verbs ending in “-er”, “-ur”, “-ir”:

The final consonant is doubled:

  • occurs to occurring


3. Monosyllabic verbs ending on a stressed consonant:

As with the second rule, the last consonant is doubled here:

  • get becomes getting
  • swim becomes swimming
  • fit becomes fitting


4. Verbs ending in “-ie”:

For this purpose, the “-ie” is replaced by a “-y” in the formation:

  • lie becomes lying


Don’t be confused:

Both “will not“, as well as “I will“, are synonymous with “won’t” or “I’ll“.

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Future 1 progressive examples

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Normal sentence:

I will be learning.


Negative sentence:

I will not be learning.  /  I won’t be learning.



Will I be learning?

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Future 1 progressive signal words

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As with most other progressive tenses, there are no signal words in the future 1 progressive.

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How the progressive form of the future 1 is used in English!

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  • Consequently, the Future 1 Progressive is used to describe a process in the future that will happen simultaneously with another process in the future.
  • In addition, the time is used to describe an event that will surely happen in the future.
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About me

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Hey, formerly I thought that learning languages was an innate one. Either you can speak English perfectly or not and no matter how much you learn – “I do not write a good grade in English anyway.” But I quickly learned that you do not know everything in your mother tongue.


After a while, I gave myself one last chance to learn English. Only this time I limited myself to the essential points.

That means for me verbs: the form – examples – signal words & the usage

This method enabled me to learn English faster than ever before.


Since then I know that learning to talk is not innate. And through that realization, my vision has become to offer other students the opportunity to learn English, just like I did back then. Now I ask you to help me by sharing this article with your friends! Thanks a lot!


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