wanted a paragraph using only future continuous tense

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Vikas will be having his terminal exams from next week. So, he will be going to the market to purchase the stationary items. His mother will also be going along with him to purchase the vegetables. I hope, they will be meeting one of their relatives in the market place as the mother talked about it over telephone.

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We all spend time thinking about our personal futures. Whom will I meet? Where will I go? What will I do? Most students who travel to a foreign country for language studies have a very clear picture of their futures. Pair your students together to talk about their future plans. Have each student share any personal goals he or she might have. Then ask each person to explain how he or she will accomplish these goals.

If you students are not familiar with the concept, explain to them what a five-year plan and a ten-year plan are. Then give your class some time to think about where they would like their lives to be in five or ten years and how they will go about getting to those places. Once your students have finished their plans, pair them together to share these plans. Each person should use future tenses to describe what his or her life will look like in five years and ten years. Then each partner should share some thoughts about the plan, ask questions or make suggestions.

Five and ten years are quite a while away. If your students are having trouble seeing their lives so far in the future, bring the future tense a little closer to the present by asking each person what he or she will do when he returns to his home country. What are the first things you will do? Who are the first people you will see? Where are the first places you will go? Using the future tense, have each student write about his first day back in his native country once his English studies are complete.

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