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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #109957: The future perfect continuous tense
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    The future perfect continuous tense


    The future perfect continuous tense.

    We use the future perfect continuous tense to talk about an action which starts before some time in the future and continues up to that time.

    Ex: In May 2016, I will have been learning English on this site for 2 years.





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    1. When my mother gets home, I (clean) my room for 2 hours.

    2. My daughter (stay) in Turkey for one week by tomorrow.

    3. She (play) basketball for 5 days when her game starts.

    4. By the time we come here, they (paint) the house for one week.

    5. By the time you come to me, I (weave) a carpet for one month.

    6. By the time we arrive in your city, I (drive) for 15 hours.

    7. My mother (cook) for over 3 hours when she finishes her cooking.

    8. My son is good at French. When he finishes his education, he (study) French for 4 years.

    9. How long have you been teaching here? In May, I (teach) here for 25 years.

    10. I (wait) for more than 3 hours when the shop finally opens.

    11. She (speak) on the phone for one hour when her husband comes in.

    12. I (ask) my teacher some questions for 3 hours when I finish the exercise.









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