Future Perfect Continuous Tense
USE 1:Duration of an action before another action or time in future
This tense is used to show that an action will continue before another action or specific time in future.
We will have been working for an hour before teacher arrives.
She will have been playing football for three years when she is 18 years old.
USE 2: Cause and effect in future.
As this tense is use to express an action before or after another action, so we can explain cause and effect in future by using this tense.
She will be tired because she will have been working for two hours in evening.
Singular subject I,He, She, It, Any Name
Plural subject We, and They
|Nature of Sentence||Structure of tense with example.|
|Positive||S + Will have been/(is/am/are) going to have been + present participle + O.|
|Negative||S + will + not + have been + present participle + O.
S + is/am/are + not + going to have been + present participle + O.
|Interogative||Will + S + have been + present participle + O?
Is/am/are + S + going to have been + present participle + O?
|Interogative negative||Will + S + not + have been + present participle + O?
Is/am/are + S + not + going to have been + present participle + O?
List of Tenses
- Present Indefinite/simple Tense
- Present Continuous Tense
- Present Perfect Tense
- Present Perfect Continuous Tense