"must/might be + verb + ing"
Could "must/might be +verb +ing" be used in a future sense just like "He will be watching TV" as in future/tomorrow. If not then what present tense is it in? I’m confused to whether it is in present continuous as in ’You are watching TV’ or is it a present form of ’You must/might have been watching a TV’, or is it applicable for both?
As i know If I say "he must be a doctor"= He is a doctor now or he should be doctor in future.
And If I say "He might be a doctor"=Could either mean either "He is a doctor now" or "He will be a doctor in future.
"He must be tired"=He is tired now "He might be tired"=Could either mean he is tired now or will be in future.Kindly correct me If I am wrong.