Future Continuous Tense Worksheet

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Q.1: Fill in the blanks with Future Continuous Tense Worksheet:

  1. I _____ (watch) match tonight.
  2. This time next year, I _____ (live) in Kashmir.
  3. Sona _____ (complete) her assignment today.
  4. They _____ (attend) an important meeting next Friday.
  5. We _____ (sing) Christmas carols soon.
  6. At 8 pm, I _____ (have) dinner with my family.
  7. Her grandmother _____ (spend) time with her.
  8. The letter _____ (arrive) through post.
  9. New year sale _____ (start) early this year.
  10. Shweta _____ (bake) a cake this afternoon.
  11. Karan ____ (wait) at the station when his sister arrives.
  12. They _____ (start) a new venture.
  13. She _____ (study) in the library tonight.
  14. Her friends _____ (run) in the marathon.
  15. I _____ (see) her in school.
  16. The farmer _____ (plough) his field.
  17. You _____ (swim) in the pool.
  18. I _____ (launch) a new website.
  19. Rohan _____ (meet) his old friend today.
  20. The students _____ (learn) French.

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11 thoughts on “Future Continuous Tense Worksheet

      1. Well that’s only because it’s the only language I know 😄✌️

        You however know more than one, don’t you?

        So while I can ace it – it’s only because that’s my language 😄

        I hear that Latin and Arabic are the hardest languages to learn

        I know very very very little Spanish… but that’s our second language lol … I still don’t know that one though

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      2. Hahaha… well. I do know more than one language as I am staying in India, and we have different languages in different states.
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        I would love to learn Latin, but as you said it is a bit hard. I tried learning French once from an app. But I kept forgetting all the words. Lol.

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      3. How many states does India have? 29 😮😮

        I can’t imagine every state here in United States with its own language lol…

        That would definitely make you have to learn languages if you want to go anywhere!

        I always wanted to try one of the language apps and see how works lol … I would have to find the time though.

        I always wanted to truly learn American sign language to actually speak that fluently – I wish sign language was universal though 🙏 would make so easy to communicate if that was the case – I know some sign language 🤟

        When I use Google translate – in some languages google translate makes it all weird lol

        Is the differences in verbiage and things – Google can’t figure out lol .. so then to me sounds weird ??

        Is good to know several languages and can aid with things in life – obviously ✌️❤️ Is a huge bonus with knowing other languages

        I don’t really have an excuse other than was not taught and been busy ✌️ But I am interested 😊

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      4. India has 28 states at present. And around 1,600 languages are spoken in India. I know only 4 or 5 of them.
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        Google translator is not reliable. I don’t trust it.
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        One of my cousins is deaf, so I do know sign language. It is easy to learn.
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        Using language app is a good way to learn. But the thing is, you need someone to practice with. When I was learning French, I had no one to communicate and practice with. And that’s why I started procrastinating. Lol.

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      5. Oh my goodness 😮😮 1,600 languages 😮 wow!

        Each state here in the United States has a dialect – but they all speak English

        Only the words sometimes can be different? And the pronunciation or way they speak… I can generally guess where in the country someone is from by the way they speak 🗣

        We can barely communicate now with only one language lol ✌️

        I can’t imagine 1,600!! Wow!!

        Do you pick up languages easy? Is it easier when you already know a few other languages?

        I will have to do a post because languages was a thing this past Friday – Japanese to English lol

        No Google does not translate all languages very well lol – I do not trust either

        It gives me rough idea most of time lol – I just have to try to figure out the words Google says myself

        Hahaha yes I know what you mean lol… I am that way currently with Indian food – I need to have someone experienced to tell me the foods – I am not experienced at all and never had Indian food

        I worry would be harsh on my stomach? Which is why I wish to have someone who knows it – so I just wait til I find someone lol ✌️

        Sorta similar just with food not languages

        It would be easier to learn a language if can practice

        I am always impressed with those people who pick up and just go to another country not knowing anything of the language – they just immerse themselves

        That is a sink or swim thing… you either learn or you have problems

        They usually learn and usually pretty fast when that’s all you hear

        And is also good to get a sense of the dialect of the language ✌️

        That’s gotta be scary though 😮

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      6. Well.. I can pick up some languages easily, if they have Sanskrit words in their language otherwise it’s hard.
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        Yeah I know Indian food is spicy. Lol. But if you wanna try Indian food, then I think you can try paneer dishes. Those are usually not that spicy. Do you have Indian restaurants around you ?

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      7. Oohhh I googled Sanskrit – that is the ancient language of India 🇮🇳… hmm 🤔 how come they all decided to make own language from that? Is story behind that? Or just happened that way?

        Spanish I know how to speak if I “need” to say the words or sentences … because I hear Spanish all the time … but with Italian – I never hear it spoken so not really sure how their words sound. I only know SOME Italian words by sight not sound. And that’s only because of WordPress

        My kids know Japanese – and my oldest knows Korean also lol

        There is no way I could pick up those languages because their lettering messes my mind up… and the way their verbs are … plus I think they don’t really use pronouns?

        All my rules with the English language are very different with other languages 😮

        Yes we do have Indian restaurants around, quite a few actually. I’m always afraid to try. That is the one food that I have zero familiarity with – I only know is spicy

        Paneer dishes ok – I will look at that… thank you ❤️

        When other people order Indian food and have it – it does smell amazing 🙌

        I have been dying to try it, but just prefer to know first lol ❤️✌️ I was afraid to get in there and look at them and know nothing about what I want lol

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      8. Yeah sanskrit was spoken in ancient India. It changed a lot after new rulers and conquerors came to India and brought their own culture and languages. But nowadays, people rarely use Sanskrit. It is used in temples only, at present.
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        Korean and Japanese language are tough. Like you said, the letters are kinda confusing.
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        Let me know the reviews about Indian food, after you try some. ✨✨😊

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