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FUTURE PERFECT SIMPLE
SUBJECT + will + have + Past participle of the main verb
By the end of week , I will have revised all my Maths lessons
I have already started the book and I will have finished it before the deadline.
The future perfect indicates the completion of an action at a particular time in the future
I will have left
They won't have gone
Will we have seen?
Won't he have arrived?
ADVERBIALS USED WITH THE FUTURE PERFECT
This time next week / Wednesday ...
by 2015 / five o'clock / this evening ...
before Monday / June / 2015...
in ten years' time / in two months' time ...
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