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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #110499: Future Perfect tense
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    Future Perfect tense

    The future perfect tense shows that the action will be completed before some time or another action in the future.

    Example:  She will have eaten her lunch by the time she goes back to her office.

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    1. She (buy) a new dress before the wedding takes place next week.

    2. She (clean) the house by the time she leaves the house.

    3. His wife (cook) lunch by the time he comes back home.

    4. By the time they move to the new house, he (finish) painting that house.

    5. She (leave) the house before they arrive.

    6. He (find) a vacant seat by the time she gets on the train.

    7. She (finish) her homework before her parents arrive home.

    8. They (reply) all the questions by 8.00 in the evening.

    9. My dear, I hope you (sleep) well by tomorrow.

    10. Tomorrow, I (stay) at my mother's place for 3 months.

    11. He (teach) us for 6 months by next week.

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