future progressive


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a progressive tense used to express action that will be on-going in the future

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Verb/Tense Forming the Passive Voice whisk/present present tense of to be progressive + being + past participle of whisk whisk/past past tense of to be + progressive being + past participle of whisk whisk/future future tense of to be + progressive being + past participle of whisk Verb/Tense Forming the Passive Voice whisk/present present tense of to be progressive + being + past participle of whisk whisk/past past tense of to be + progressive being + past participle of whisk whisk/future future tense of to be + progressive being + past participle of whisk * In the passive voice, the simple future is more commonly used than a future progressive form.
Such reminders of historical possibility do not guarantee that a future progressive revival is building up beneath today's surface calm.
These insights are important not only for scholarly purposes but to inform those dedicated to identifying and implementing a future progressive social policy agenda.
Barack Obama, touted as a future progressive leader, voted for the measure, despite its being attacked by civil rights organizations, labor unions, consumer groups, state prosecutors and environmental advocates.
But this goal seems to me to be an important prerequisite for future progressive success, on the work-time issue and on many other issues as well, and Hayden challenges us convincingly to take up the challenge.
SAN FRANCISCO -- TheInfoPro, an independent research company for the IT industry, today released new real-time data from its pending Server Study (final results due in October, Q3 2009) indicating that more than 50% of new servers being installed in 2009 will host virtualization, and future progressive growth indicates 80% by 2012.
Feingold knows his maverick style--he backed Attorney General John Ashcroft's nomination, he says, to defend the principle that a President, particularly a future progressive President, has a right to his appointees--could make the selling job difficult.
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