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    Default Will be reaching

    Tomorrow at this time we'll be reaching the top of the mountain. - Does this sentence sound natural?

    If not, is the phrase "will be reaching" possible in some other context at all?

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    Default Re: Will be reaching

    Sorry, I've found my own thread where I asked this question before.)

    http://www.usingenglish.com/forum/ask-teacher/172903-will-doing.html
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    Default Re: Will be reaching

    Yes, it still does.

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