Grammer

未来進行形を使ってみよう

The Future Continuous Tense
未来進行形を使って講師と会話してみましょう。
未来進行形は進行形をベースに、「〜しているだろう」という先を考えて見通しているニュアンスが加わります。 更に未来進行形(will be 〜ing)は、be ~ingに比べて丁寧な響きをもちます。 直接的な表現から少し距離を置いたニュアンスが出ますね。 【回答例】 I will be playing tennis at this time next week. 来週のこの時間はきっとテニスしてるよ Will you be going to meet him? 彼にお会いになる予定ですか?
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Please use the future continuous tense.
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Please use the future continuous tense.

Let's get started!
The train will be arriving in London soon.
The plain will be taking off a airport.
She will be becoming a professional photographer.
The house will be broken up next year.
My friend will be leaving in London.
My friend will be come to London next month.

自然な表現

Let's get started!
The train will be arriving in London soon.
The plain will be taking off from the airport.
She will become a professional photographer.
The house will be broken up next year.
My friend will be leaving   London.
My friend will be coming to London next month.

1. We need this preposition here to go with 'take off'.
2. This is the correct verb to use here to imply what someone will turn into.
3. No need for prepositions when using 'leave'.
4. This is the proper form of the future continuous tense.
Well done! you made great example sentences for the future continuous tense. Please make some more sentences describing your activities in the coming week.

I'll be leaving in London next month.
I'll be meeting my friends this weekend.
I'll be studying English in the library today.
I'll be going to Italy for 1 month.
I'll be joining the party next Friday.

自然な表現

I'll be leaving   London next month.
I'll be meeting my friends this weekend.
I'll be studying English in the library today.
I'll be going to Italy for a month.
I'll be joining the party next Friday.

1. No need for a preposition when using 'leave'.
2. Your statement was correct. We could also use 'a' instead of stating the number 1.
Very good. you are really good with this form. Do you always use this form when you are using the English language?

Not yet. I understand this grammar, but I don't understand when I use this sentence.
When I usually talk about future I use "be going to" or "will".

自然な表現

Not yet. I understand this grammar, but I don't understand when I use this sentence.
When I usually talk about the future I use "be going to" or "will".

1. We usually use 'the' to go with 'future'.
That's okay. Have you tried asking your Skype teacher about when to use this form when using English?

I have never asked about this problem. I'll been asking teachers later.

自然な表現

I have never asked about this problem. I'll be asking teachers later.

1. This is the correct form of the future continuous tense.
I see. It will be very helpful to you if the teacher can help you understand when to use this form. Good luck. Just continue making sentences that you can use during your Skype class.

I see, I will do.Thanks very much!

自然な表現

I see, I will do so. Thanks a lot!

1. We need this to represent as the direct object, referring to what the other person said.
2. We could also say this as an alternative.
  • will you be ~ing?(〜していますか?)
  • will be studying(勉強しているだろう)
  • will be ~ing(〜しているだろう)
  • will be going (出かけているだろう)
  • won't be ~ing(〜していないだろう)
  • I will be meeting her at the station next week.(私は来週彼女と駅で会うことになっている。)
  • He will be driving a car this afternoon.(彼は今日の午後に車を運転しているだろう。)
  • I won't be playing soccer tomorrow morning.(明日の午前中はサッカーをしていないだろう。)
  • Will you be going to the shopping mall this afternoon?(今日の午後にショッピングセンターに行きますか?)
  • It will be raining at about 9 a.m. tomorrow.(明日の午前9時頃は雨が降っているだろう。)

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