Let's first have a look at the structure of the Conditional Continuous in terms of the various grammatical moods (indicative, interrogative, imperative) and in terms of polarity (positive and negative).
|indicative||I would be cooking.|
|indicative contracted||You'd be working.|
|interrogative||Would she be eating?|
|indicative||We would not be sleeping.|
|indicative contracted (1)||They wouldn't be walking.|
|indicative contracted (2)||I'd not be driving.|
|interrogative||Would you not be relaxing?|
|interrogative contracted||Wouldn't he be managing?|
|To Look (After)|
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