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Affirmative / Positive Sentences
I shall be writing thesis in the evening.
They will be playing cricket in the evening.
Kuku will be reading in the college.
We shall be watching T.V. in the night.
She will be washing her clothes.
He will be coming today.
He will be marrying Savita on Monday.
I shall be going to Jaipur tomorrow.
Ram will be playing at this time tomorrow.
Mohan will be staying here next month.
I shall be travelling at this time tomorrow.
We shall be playing football in the evening.
You will be going to Kolkata tomorrow.
He will be going to school tomorrow.
She will be coming from her house.
They will be waiting for you at home.
Our friends will be coming by the evening train.
The peon will be ringing the bell.
Those girls will be bathing in the river.
The peacocks will be dancing on the roof.
I shall not be going to market.
She won’t be washing the car.
Ram won’t be playing chess.
We shall not be watching TV.
They won’t be playing.
I shan’t be helping you.
We shan’t be calling them.
They won’t be teasing you.
He won’t be studying at this time.
She won’t be cooking food at this time.
You won’t be teaching your sister.
The peon won’t be ringing the bell.
The gardener won’t be watering the plants.
He won’t be cooking at this time.
Suraj won’t be finishing work at this time.
Will she be waiting for you?
Will Ram be studying?
Will she be washing clothes?
Shall we be flying kites tomorrow?
Will she be cooking at this time?
Shall I be reading tomorrow?
Will Suresh be cleaning the car?
Will Mahesh be writing a letter?
Will Sita be dancing?
Will Rahim be singing a song?
Negative Interrogative Sentences
Won’t she be waiting for you?
Won’t Ram be studying?
Won’t she be washing clothes?
Shan’t we be flying kites tomorrow?
Won’t she be cooking at this time?
Shan’t I be reading tomorrow?
Won’t Suresh be cleaning the car?
Won’t Mahesh be writing a letter?
Won’t Sita be dancing?
Won’t Rahim be singing a song?
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