differences between present continuous and future continuous
Present progressive is used to describe something that's going on now or in the near future, using "am," "are," or "is" with an -ing verb:
I am typing on my keyboard.
I am drinking coffee.
We are dining with friends tonight.
Future progressive describes something that WILL happen, with the use of "going to" with an infinitive, or "will be" with an -ing verb:
We will be fishing in Florida next month.
We are going to have a picnic at the beach next month.
Present continuous v present progressive. The fur will fly on this one.
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