The future continuous tense is made up of the simple future tense of the verb to be (shall/will be) + a present participle (verb + -ing) of the main verb, as follow:
|Subject||Simple future of 'to be'||Present participle (base + ing)|
We use the future continuous tense:
for something that is going to happen or will happen. The precise time when it will happen is unknown.
for an action that lasts a period of time in the future.
for an action that has been planned.
to express an action that will be in progress at a certain or specified time in the future.
for an action which will happen as a matter of routine or as scheduled (without intention).
to seek a favour of someone by asking about their plans.
to ask for information.
To make a prediction about something in the future.
Possible to have more than one way to express a future action, and often they have similar meaning
The continuous tenses: