Future Continuous Tense Negative Form Exercises - Quiz 1



  • 1. In a writer so fond of digressions as George Eliot, he has reason to expect that broad evidences of artistic faith won't be wanting. (want)
  • 2. When feeding on the bait the foxes will travel on the trail, and they won't be looking for danger so far away from the bait. (look)
  • 3. Anyway, now that I've told you, you won't be going back to Willata's Fleet, whatever you do. (go)
  • 4. And if I remove beyond the reach of attentions to the University, or beyond the bourne of life itself, as I soon must, it is a comfort to leave that institution under your care, and an assurance that it . (want)
  • 5. You know on Sunday it will want only nineteen days to the holidays; and you to your uncle's again this half-year. (go)
  • 6. So long as the love of the marvellous exists, there will be a certain demand for quackery, and the supply . (want)
  • 7. If the present occasion be good, I am sure your Majesty's character to avail the world of it. (want)
  • 8. And he ' ' the worse of its helplessness and tameness. (think)
  • 9. A little hard work in the country'll be better, and you away the last cent you've got with a loafer like Dave Sovine, and then threatening to shoot somebody, as you did young Lockwood day before yesterday. (gamble)
  • 10. Land , for it is round the great towns, and round Paris especially, that the parks and pleasure grounds of the landed gentry are to be found. (want)
  • 11. Here, I'll pretend I'm looking at shirtwaists, so that floor walker on you, and I'll be as hard to please as that other woman was, so's you can take your time. (come down)
  • 12. I suppose he to settle in Melbourne. (want)
  • 13. The consolations in the hour of our distresses. (want)
  • 14. In war it is a pretty safe principle to blow up any bridge if you are quite sure you it yourself. (want)
  • 15. Beneficent undertakers to smooth the way for them. (want)
  • 16. Then I you very soon. (see)
  • 17. You a lie. (tell)
  • 18. Michael to join the French. (go)
  • 19. For example, people immediately to object, that drunkenness has been the cause of infinite evils. (want)
  • 20. Crozier has also caution, on which dependence may be placed; and at such a time of night he unguardedly. (go)


Online Future Progressive Tense Negative Form (won't be -ing) Activities

80 future continuous negative exercises in 4 tests. Practice future continuous tense negative form online, complete the sentences using correct forms, check your answers interactively. Improve your English grammar with the ESL activities about future progressive tense negative form (won't be -ing). The first future continuous negative tests are easier and suitable for kids, beginner (A1), elementary (A2) and pre-intermediate (B1) learners.