We use will be + -ing khung (present participle, not bare infinitive) to lớn form the future continuous lớn talk about future actions. It"s used to express that something will be in progress at or around a time in the future.
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I"ll be out at 6 o"cloông chồng tomorrow. I"ll be buying a car. It means that I will be in the middle of buying a oto at/around this time tomorrow.
I will be buying it.
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The only infinitive sầu here is be, which is required by the modal auxiliary will; buying is a present participle. This is a future version of the progressive:
PRESENT PROGRESSIVE: I am buying a hamburger right now. PAST PROGRESSIVE: I was buying a hot dog yesterday when I met Kevin. FUTURE PROGRESSIVE: I will be buying a BLT for lunch tomorrow.
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