Will you be getting any more in?
Why use be not are?
This is future tense. So, as a statement:
I will be getting more in next week.
He will be getting more in next week.
You will be getting more information when it comes to hand.
As a question:
Will you be getting more in next week?
or could phrase it:
Are you getting any more in?
Just to add a wee bit, modal verbs always take the first form/the infinitive/the dictionary form.
Originally Posted by JoanYY
She might be/He may be/They should be/thou shalt be/We would be/I could be/She can be
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