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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #124054: Future perfect or future continuous
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    Future perfect or future continuous


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    English exercise "Future perfect or future continuous" created by gfe1781 with The test builder. [More lessons & exercises from gfe1781]
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    1. I (work) before you come.

    2. Next year, I (live) in Hawaï to study.

    3. Come after my work, I (make) a cake; we'll eat it.

    4. (my mom and I /talk) about my holiday today as usual.

    5. At 8 pm tomorrow, they (do) their homework.

    6. Phone me between 1 and 2 o'clock, I (use) my phone.

    7. The storm (already/begin) when I have lunch in my kitchen.

    8. Tomorrow, I (live) for a year in this city.

    9. They are going to marry next week, so we (cry) next week.

    10. We (waste) our money if we buy all those things in this shop.









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