At 8.00 we will be having our breakfast.

“Will be doing”  and   “will have done”

“will be …ing” is used when you are in the middle of an action. For example, let’s imagine next summer we’re on holiday in Bodrum;

I will be on holiday in Bodrum this time next summer.

During the holidays, let’s do a summer activity (swimming, reading, sleeping). When describing this action in the sense of “I’ll be doing it”;

I will be swimming in the sea this time next summer.

I will be reading my novel.

I will be sleeping late at night.


Don’t disturb me between 5-7. I will be having meeting.

I will be teaching English at 2.30 pm tomorrow.

Will you be talking to the Vice Principle for me tomorrow at 12.

I won’t be having English lesson tomorrow because I am very ill today.


She will be repairing
He will be repairing
I will be repairing
You will be…..
They will be…
We will be…..

“will have done “

When describing the completion of another event before a certain time in the future;

At 10, he will have left home.
They will have been married for a year next year today.
At 3 o’clock tomorrow, she will have finished her work.


She will have repaired
He will have …..
you will have …..
We / I / They have…..

” Will and going to “

As you may remember, will and going to express “future actions”.

1. ” will ” sudden decisions:

A: Let’s play soccer
B: Ok. I will bring my new trainers.

2. Intentions:

I will visit my cousin this summer in the USA.

3. Predicting future events:

The weather will be freezing tomorrow.

4. Plan ve arrangement: ” going to ”

We are going to play with ITA school at 10 o’clock tomorrow.

5. Certainty – higher possibility to happen:

We can see dark clouds. It is going to rain.

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