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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #124059: Future perfect
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    Future perfect


    Rappel :We use the future perfect to predict that an action will already be completed at a particular time in the future. The future perfect is often used with ' By' , which means  'at' or 'before'.We form the future perfect with:  subject will/shall + have + participle form of the verb.Example: By the end of the year Sarah will have done her finals.

    Affirmative form : subject + will + have + past participle.   

    Negative form : Subject + will + not + have + past participle .

    Interrogative form :  will + subject + have + past participle ?

     

    Put the following sentences in the future perfect. Don't use any contracted forms.
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    1. By the time we get to the airport, the plane (to take) off.

    2. I (to paint) the roof before it starts raining.

    3. I believe they (to win) 2 games by the end of the month.

    4. Do you think you (to make) the decision to sell your car by next July?

    5. By the end of this year my sister and Dave (to get) married.

    6. I don't think I (to finish) these exercises by 2 o'clock.

    7. You (to perfect) your English by the time you come back from London.

    8. If you do not make a note of it, you (to forget) it by tomorrow.

    9. Mom (to do) the washing up by the time you come home.

    10. He (not to write) 4 books by the end of the year.









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