I have learned about WILL BE, that is usually WILL express uncertainly future then BE GOING TO, but WILL BE can express a firm plan.
I have a question. BE is itself verb so I can't use WILL BE with another a verb, isn't it? Can I express firm plan which have a verb already, without BE GOING TO.
I suppose, "I eat an apple" may became "I will be eating an apple". Is it correct? Unfortunately my textbook haven't example in this case. It seem many examples hooked by google, but I can't distinguish it is correct or incorrect.
Thanks for advice. :)
By the way, does someone know how to search elemental grammar such WILL BE? Although I tried it but these are too common words so I rejected.