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Thursday, 23 October 2014

Future Perfect Tense

Future Perfect Tense

The Future Perfect tense expresses an action that will occur in the future before another action or time in the future.
POSITIVE STATEMENTS
SUBJECT
WILL HAVE
VERB (past participle)
REST OF THE SENTENCE
I
will have
eaten
by half past nine.
You
will have
eaten
by half past nine.
He
will have
eaten
by half past nine.
Mohan
will have
eaten
by half past nine.
The boy
will have
eaten
by half past nine.
She
will have
eaten
by half past nine.
Pooja
will have
eaten
by half past nine.
The girl
will have
eaten
by half past nine.
We
will have
eaten
by half past nine.
You
will have
eaten
by half past nine.
They
will have
eaten
by half past nine.
The children
will have
eaten
by half past nine.
Notice how we use ‘will have’ and the past participle of the verb for all subjects.
NEGATIVE STATEMENTS
SUBJECT
WILL NOT HAVE
VERB (past participle)
REST OF THE SENTENCE
I
will not have
finished
my assignment by Monday.
You
will not have
finished
my assignment by Monday.
He
will not have
finished
my assignment by Monday.
Mohan
will not have
finished
my assignment by Monday.
The boy
will not have
finished
my assignment by Monday.
She
will not have
finished
my assignment by Monday.
Pooja
will not have
finished
my assignment by Monday.
The girl
will not have
finished
my assignment by Monday.
We
will not have
finished
my assignment by Monday.
You
will not have
finished
my assignment by Monday.
They
will not have
finished
my assignment by Monday.
The children
will not have
finished
my assignment by Monday.
Notice how we use ‘will not have’ and the past participle of the verb for all subjects.
INTERROGATIVE STATEMENTS / QUESTIONS
WILL
SUBJECT
HAVE
VERB
REST OF THE SENTENCE
Will
I
have
joined
the course by Thursday?
Will
you
have
joined
the course by Thursday?
Will
he
have
joined
the course by Thursday?
Will
Mohan
have
joined
the course by Thursday?
Will
the boy
have
joined
the course by Thursday?
Will
she
have
joined
the course by Thursday?
Will
Pooja
have
joined
the course by Thursday?
Will
the girl
have
joined
the course by Thursday?
Will
we
have
joined
the course by Thursday?
Will
you
have
joined
the course by Thursday?
Will
they
have
joined
the course by Thursday?
Will
the children
have
joined
the course by Thursday?

What is Future Perfect Tense?


FUTURE PERFECT SIMPLE

USE: We use FUTURE PERFECT SIMPLE to talk about something that will be ended, completed, or achieved by a particular point (certain time) in the future.
Example:
- By the time you get home I will have cleaned the house from top to bottom.
- Let’s hope the volcanic eruption will have finished before we arrive on the island.
- The film will have already started by the time we get to the cinema.
FORMULA
Positive Sentence:
Subject + will/shall + have + past participle + object/Complement
Example:
- I will have graduated in June.
- Johny will have finished breakfast by 7:00.
- They will have worked here for a year next summer.
Negative Sentence:
Sub + will/shall + not + have + past participle + obj/comp
Example:
- By next week, she will not have paid a formal visit to US for a month.
- We will not have attracted the potential investor for 10 years by early next year.
- I will not have ruined the building for a week by next Sunday.
Question:
Will/Shall + sub + have + past participle + obj/comp ?
Example:
- Will they have addicted to the drug for a year by next month?
- Will you have invested in trading field in Cambodia for years by next month?

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