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Structure of Future Perfect Continuous Tense

FUTURE  PERFECT CONTINUOUS/PROGRESSIVE TENSE
This post includes detailed expressions about Future Perfect Continuous tense and its structures in english. Please follow the list about Structure of Future Perfect Continuous Tense;

The tenses simply show the time of an action.

Future Perfect Continuous Tense indicates an action that will continue up until a point in the future.

The Structures of Future Perfect Continuous/Progressive Tense

POSITIVE FORM (+):  

  • Subject + WILL + HAVE BEEN + Verb-ING

NEGATIVE FORM (-):

  • Subject + WILL NOT + HAVE BEEN + Verb-ING

QUESTION FORM (?):

  • WILL + Subject + HAVE BEEN + Verb-ING




POSITIVE (+) NEGATIVE (-) QUESTION (?)
I will have been starting I will not (won’t) have been starting Will I have been starting
You will have been starting You will not (won’t) have been starting Will you have been starting
He will have been starting He will not (won’t) have been starting Will he have been starting
She will have been starting She will not (won’t) have been starting Will she have been starting
It will have been starting It will not (won’t) have been starting Will it have been starting
We will have been starting We will not (won’t) have been starting Will we have been starting
You will have been starting You will not (won’t) have been starting Will you have been starting
They will have been starting They will not (won’t) have been starting Will they have been starting





Positive Sentences ( Sbj + WILL + HAVE BEEN + Ving )

Examples:

  • I will have been working for seven hours by the time the boss comes
  • She will have been sleeping for one hour when he gets home.
  • At 4 o’clock, we will have been waiting you for one hour.
  • She will have been sleeping at home for two hours when we arrives.
  • He will have been playing the guitar for ten years when he turn twenty.
  • They will have been teaching German for 5 years by the end of this year.
  • I will have been travelling to Japan by this time next week.
  • When I am at school, my family will have been flying to New York.

Negative Sentences ( Sbj + WILL NOT+ HAVE BEEN + Ving )

Examples:

  • I will not (won’t) have been shopping on Tuesday.
  • He will not (won’t) have been playing football tomorrow evening.
  • They will not (won’t) have been going for a picnic.
  • We will not (won’t) have been living there for two years by the end of this year.
  • I will not (won’t) have been staying in London next summer.
  • She will not (won’t) have been studying Japanese next year.
  • The president will not (won’t) have been talking tomorrow.
  • I will not (won’t) have been searching for a new issue on internet tomorrow afternoon.

Question Sentences ( WILL + Sbj + HAVE BEEN + Ving )

Examples:

  • Will you have been studying English?
  • Will it have been raining for three hours?
  • Will she have been teaching French for 1o years next year?
  • Will the baby have been playing with toys for one hour?
  • Will you have been speaking English for two years by the end of this year?
  • Will you have been making a cake in the kitchen?
  • Will they have been playing tennis since morning?
  • Will you have been working for a long time?

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