Structure of Future Perfect Tense

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

The tenses simply show the time of an action.

Future Perfect Tense is used to express an action, expected to be completed before a certain time in the future.

The Structures of Future Perfect Tense

POSITIVE FORM (+):  

  • Subject + WILL + HAVE + V3 ( third form of main verb – past participle )

NEGATIVE FORM (-):

  • Subject + WILL + NOT + HAVE + V3 ( third form of main verb – past participle )

QUESTION FORM (?):

  • WILL + Subject + HAVE + V3 ( third form of main verb – past participle )




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





Positive Sentences ( Sbj + will + have + V3 )

Examples:

  • By next week, we‘ll have earned lots of money.
  • will have prepared breakfast by the time the children wake up.
  • The rain’ll have stopped by tomorrow.
  • They won’t have been maried by next year.
  • By that time I will have finished my homework.
  • They’ll have relaxed by night.
  • When my father comes home, my mother will have read me a story.
  • Susan will have been ready by the time I get home.
  • The plane will have landed by that time.

Negative Sentences ( Sbj + will not + have + V3 )

Examples:

  • He will not (won’t) have received enough score by the summer.
  • They will not (won’t) have been maried by next year.
  • The rain will not (won’t) have stopped by tomorrow.
  • My mother will not (won’t) have prepared breakfast by the time my father and brother wake up.
  • She will not (won’t) have been in London for six months by the time she leave.
  • By next July, we will not (won’t) have received our first promotion.
  • He will not (won’t) have perfected his English by the time I come back from the U.S.

Question Sentences ( Will + Sbj + have + V3 )

Examples:

  • Will you have graduated from the university before I graduate?
  • Will he have learned all information about this job by May?
  • Will we have arrived in China by the next week?
  • Will she have graduated from high school by July?
  •  Will he have finished his work by 5 o’clock?
  • Will they have sent an email until tomorrow?
  • Will people’s lives have changed by ten years?
  • Will we have arrived in China by the next week?
  • Will the concert have started by 2o minutes?

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