Future Verb Tense Using The Present Continuous Verb Tense
Learn how is the future tense represented by the present continuous tense used.
The present continuous tense is used to state future events or actions when it is clearly stated or understood that the action or event is in the future.
Prearranged Plans - to describe planes that have be arranged before the time of speaking.
- We are traveling to Europe in a few weeks.
- The strong girls are taking their final exams next week.
Informal Actions or Events - is used for informal actions or events
- We are planning to watch T. V. tonight.
- The girls are singing on Friday night at the local club.
Personal Information - is used for personal information
- I am finishing my doctorate degree next year.
- We are moving to a new house next week.
- it is not used for official purposes
- the present continuous tense can't be used to predict a future event or action, based on a present event or action.
- static verbs are not used