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Future perfect tense
Future perfect tense
It is good to learn the future perfect tense,although we can use it in few situations. We make it with the future simple of “have” (will have) and past participle of the main verb.
Positive form: Subject + auxiliary verb (will)+ auxiliary verb (have)+ past participle of the main verb Important notice: It is not important if the subject of your sentence is singular or plural. Example: I will have studied the English tenses by 7 pm tonight.
Important notice: We change “will” to ‘ll to make a short form and also we change “have” to ‘ve. But we can't change “have” to ‘ve in writing after we shorten“will” to ‘ll ( ‘ll've is incorrect in writing). The correct form is ‘ll have. Example: I'll have finished my work by the end of this weekend.
Negative form: Subject + auxiliary verb (will)+ not + auxiliary verb (have) + past participle of the main verb. Example: You will not have studied the English tenses by next week. The short form of will not have is won't have.
Question form: Auxiliary verb (Will) + subject + auxiliary verb (have) + past participle of the main verb? Example: Will you have studied all the English verb tenses by next year?
“Wh” question form: “Wh” question + will + subject + have + past participle of the main verb? Example: Why will you have studied all the English verb tenses by tomorrow?
Exercise: Complete the sentences. Don't use any contracted forms.
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