Examples of
Future Progressive Tense


The following examples of Future Progressive tense will help you understand and use this tense properly and naturally.

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Note: the Future Progressive verbs are italics.

And now, let the examples begin!

Future Progressive Tense Example Sentences

Actions that will be in progress at a certain point or at a certain time period in the future:

They will be dancing all night long!

What will they be doing all night long?

We will be working quite closely.

This guy will be sleeping when you find him.

Tomorrow at three o'clock Josh will be cooking.

It will be raining the entire week.

He will be running until he's too tired to move.

When will he be running until?

When you come, I will be waiting.

Where will you be waiting?


I will be watching TV when you call this evening.

When we arrive at their house tonight, they will be waiting.

will be working all night in the restaurant, so please take care of the kids.



The above examples are here to help you understand and use this tense properly and naturally.

You should also get familiar with its usage and rules – visit the Future Progressive Tense page to help you with that.

For exercises visit the Future Progressive Exercises.

Check out the other tenses:

Simple Present

Simple Past

Simple Future

Present Progressive


Past Progressive


Future Progressive


Present Perfect


Past Perfect


Future Perfect


Present Perfect Progressive


Past Perfect Progressive


Future Perfect Progressive

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