24 Oct 03:46 PM

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I'm studying how to use "will be doing" and my grammar book says like the following. What does the author mean by *complete actions*?

We also use will be -ing to talk about *complete actions* in the future.
For example:

・The government will be making a statement about the crisis later today.
・Later in the programme, I’ll be talking to the Minister of Education.

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