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Will be doing is used in future continuous tense and follows the format: subject + will be + -ing form of the verb, such as I/We/You/He/She/It/They + will be + -ing form of the verb. Will have done is used in future perfect tense and follows the format: subject + will have + past participle form of the verb, such as: I/We/You/He/She/It/They + will have + past participle form of the verb.

Will be doing is used for actions that will be completed in the future, such as: By this time next week, I will be soaking up the sun in Malibu. Will have done is used for actions that will be completed before something else in the future, such as: I will have sent the letter by the time you arrive.

 

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