Future Continuous (will + be + “-ing”)
This form is used to talk about:
1) events or actions that will be in progress at a specific time in the future ―
• This time tomorrow, I’ll be travelling through France.
• This time next week, you’ll be lying on the beach or swimming in the sea!
2) predicted or expected trends ―
• In the twenty-second century, people will be living to the age of 130.
• In ten years’ time, we will be cycling to work every day rather than taking the car.
3) complete actions in the future ―
• The government will be making a statement about the crisis later today.
• Will you be going away this summer?