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Usage Examples Fut. Cont. vs. Fut. Perf. Cont.

  • Next Monday you will be working in our new office. -
  • Elizabeth will be teaching at the university for a year next week. -
  • I will have been working out for two hours by noon. -
  • When you go back home, you'll be missing the sea. -
  • By then, we will not have been studying at the university for three years. -
  • Will the baby have been sleeping for four hours by midnight? -
  • Jack won't be waiting for you when your train arrives. -
  • Anna won't be missing this cold when she goes to Italy. -
  • I will not be staying in this hotel next week. -
  • How long will they have been waiting before the train departs? -
  • By New Year Anna will be skiing like a professional. -
  • Will they be joining us? -
  • How long will Emily have been studying philosophy by the conference? -
  • Where will Jack be working next year? -
  • Don't wait for me, I'll be studying at the library tonight. -
  • They will have been waiting for four hours when her plane finally arrives. -
  • Will I have been exercising enough to lose weight by my wedding? -
  • Anna will not have been working a year here before she goes on maternity leave. -
  • Will they have been waiting a long time for us? -
  • I will not have been smoking for six months in October. -