will be doing

We can use 'will be doing' to talk about something that will be in progress at a particular moment in the future.

  • This time next week, I'll be sitting on the beach in Barbados.

We can use 'will be doing' to talk about future events that are fixed or decided.

  • I'll be visiting your country on a regular basis. In fact, I'm going to be coming next month.

We can use 'will be doing' to predict what is happening now.

  • Try phoning his hotel. He'll probably still be having breakfast.

We can use 'will be doing' to ask extremely politely, and with no pressure, about future plans.

  • How will you be paying?
  • How many people will be travelling?

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