Future progressive tense indicates an event that will be in progress at a specific point in the future.
- My family will be taking a vacation the first week in June.
- We will be staying at a resort in Florida.
- My uncle will be running the family business while we are gone.
The pattern for forming future progressive tense is as follows:
- Will be + present participle
To form the negative, place not between will and be. To form a question, move will to the beginning of the sentence, before the subject.
- Juan will be directing work on the project.
- Will Juan be directing work on the project?
- Juan will not be directing work on the project.