The future continuous (or future progressive) describes an action that will take place in the future over a certain amount of time.
The future continuous consists of will be followed by the present participle:
You will be suffering greatly.
The negative form simply adds not:
They will not be coming.
Use the regular form to ask questions:
Will you be needing a projector?
I will be waiting for you.
We will be practicing every Thursday night.
Next year they will be crushing their opponents.
Not all verbs have a continuous aspect. See our section on the present continuous for more details.
For more information, please see our introduction to all twelve verb tenses in English.