One thing that tricks me is the meaning the progressive form of the future conveys. For instance:
This time next week we'll be meeting our boos
Saturday I'll be fighting him
Does those two mean:
Later in the future, We'll meet our boss and when this time next week comes, we'll still be doing so
Later, I'll fight him and when saturday comes, I'll still be doing so.
Or, does it mean:
This time next week we'll meet our boss
On Saturday I'll fight him
And the latter makes me question: if the latter is right, does it make both future forms interchangeable? How do they differ in meaning, and how is the future progressive different from its simple form? What's the usagage of the future continuous?
I'm really struggling on this.