The future continuous, also called the future progressive tense is formed by the auxiliary verb "will be" and the main verb with -ing ending.
will be + infinitive + -ing
Future continuous positive and negative
|Pronoun||Auxiliary verb||Infinitive +ing|
||will be ('ll be)
will not be (won't be)
It is better to use the short (contracted) form of "will" and "will not", especially in spoken language.
I'll be having lunch at one o'clock tomorrow.
In the second part of the programme, we'll be practising the new techniques.
John won't be helping us on Friday.
Questions in future continuous
|Auxiliary verb||Pronoun||Auxiliary verb||Infinitive +ing|
Will the speaker be answering questions after the lecture?
What will you be doing at five o'clock tomorrow?
Whom will they be travelling with?