As you know we can make emphasis in the simple present and past tense by using the auxiliary in the following way:
"I read newspapers everyday to keep myself updated" can be used "I do read newspapers every day...."
And as far as I know, we can do this only for sentences which are structured in the simple present tense and simple past tense. For instance, in simple past tense, it would be: "I did read newspapers yesterday."
However, if we want to make the same emphasis in other tenses, how can we do it? how can we make the same emphasis in other tenses (future, perfect and continuous tenses)?
For instance we can't say "I will will read newspapers tomorrow" nor "I was was reading newspapers" nor "I am am reading newspapers", but there must definitely be a way to produce the same emphasis in writing in the tenses other than simple present and simple past.