ELC-14th Day - ChaudahavaaN Din
|14th Day - Today we shall learn about Future Continuous Tense. Sentences express an ongoing or continued action in future comes under Future Continuous Tense.|
Future Continuous Tense
It is used to express an ongoing or continued action in future. Actions which will be continuing in future.
e.g. I shall be writing a letter to her tomorrow.
In the example, the action will start in future (after the moment of speaking the sentence ) and action is a continuing action - end time of action is not stated in the sentence.
Time reference may come in it. If starting time of action is given in the sentence and the action is on-going/continued, then it becomes Future Perfect Continuous Tense. In the above example, time reference 'tomorrow' is given but starting time is not given. If starting time 'since 12 o'clock' is added to the example, it becomes Future Perfect Continuous Tense and will be translated as - I shall have been writing a letter to her tomorrow since 12 o'clock .
Pahachaan – Vaakya ke ant meiN ‘rahaa hogaa’. ‘rahee hogee’ ‘rahe honge' kaa prayog hotaa hai. Present continuous tense aur
Past Continuous Tense ke vaakyo kee tarah, Future continuous tense meiN bhee lagaataar samay kaa prayog nahee hotaa. Agar lagaataar samay kaa proyog ho to vah Future Perfect Continuous
vaakya ban jaataa hai.
Jaise - MaiN kal use patra likh rahaa hoongaa. - Future Continuous Tense.
Lagataar samay joDane par - MaiN kal use 12 baje se patra likh rahaa hoongaa. - vaakya Future Perfect Continuous Tense kaa ho jaayegaa.
Future Continuous Tense - Positive
|Future Continuous Tense - Positive|
|Type of Sentence||Rule|
|Positive||Subject + Will/Shall + Be + Verb (Ist form) + Ing + Object + (.)|
In Future Continuous Tense, helping verb 'Will be'/'shall be' is used and 'Ing' is added with first form of the Verb.
Future Continuous Tense meiN helping verb 'Will be'/'shall be' kaa prayog hotaa hai aur 'Ing' ko verb kee first form ke saath lagaate hai.
|Future Continuous Tense - Positive||Ham Ravivaar ko TV dekh rahe honge.|
|Person||Subject||Will/Shall||Be + Verb (Ist Form) + Ing||Object|
|Ist person||I||shall||be watching||TV on Sunday.|
|Ist Person -Plural||We||shall||be watching||TV on Sunday.|
|2nd Person||You||will||be watching||TV on Sunday.|
|3rd Person -Singular||He/She/It/Ram||will||be watching||TV on Sunday.|
|3rd Person -Plural||They/boys||will||be watching||TV on Sunday.|
|I shall be reading in the college.||MaiN college meiN paDh rahaa hoonga.|
|At this moment, they will be playing cricket.||Is kShan ve cricket khel rahe honge.|
|Gatekeeper will be sleeping at night.||Chowkeedaar raat ko so rahaa hogaa.|
|Charly will be enjoying.||Charly mauj manaa rahaa hogaa.|
|She will be decorating her house.||Vah apane ghar ko sajaa rahee hogee.|
Future Continuous Tense - Negative
|Future Continuous Tense - Negative|
|Type of Sentence||Rule|
|Negative||Subject + Will/Shall + Not + Be + Verb (Ist form) + Ing + Object + (.)|
In Negative sentence of Future Continuous Tense, 'Not' is added just before 'Be'.
Isake nakaaraatmak vaakyo meiN 'Not' ko 'Be' se pahale lagaate hai.
|Future Continuous Tense - Negative||Tum exam ke dino meiN nahee so rahe honge.|
|Person||Subject||Will/Shall||Not + Be + Verb(Ist Form) + Ing||Object|
|Ist person||I||shall||not be sleeping||during examination days.|
|Ist Person -Plural||We||shall||not be sleeping||during examination days.|
|2nd Person||You||will||not be sleeping||during examination days.|
|3rd Person -Singular||He/She/It/Ram||will||not be sleeping||during examination days.|
|3rd Person -Plural||They/boys||will||not be sleeping||during examination days.|
|He will not be coming.||Vah nahee aa rahaa hogaa.|
|She will not be playing in the evening.||Vah shaam ko nahee khel rahee hogee.|
|People in London will not be dancing.||London meiN log nahee naach rahe honge.|
|Stars will not be twinkling.||Taare nahee TimTimaa rahe honge.|
|She will not be living with anyone in Germany.||Vah Germany meiN kisee ke saath nahee rah rahee hogee.|
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