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Future Verb Tense


Future Perfect Continuous Verb Tense



How is the future perfect continuous verb tense is used?

The future perfect continuous tense is used when you want to emphasize an event or activity that be continuous after specific future time.

The future perfect continuous verb tense is used to:

  • Emphasize - how long an event will be in progress at a future time
  • Stress - the the length of time an event or action in the future
  • Results - used to state the results of an action or event in the future.
  • Represents A Continuous Action - that stated at some point, and continues into some point in the future

Rules for using the future perfect continues verb tense:

The future period of time if usually states:

  • next year
  • next week
  • next month etc.
  • the exact came can be stated
  • the approximate can can be stated

The future perfect continuous verb tense is usually not used with static verbs.

The future perfect continuous verb tense can't be used with "time clauses" such as when, while, "by the time", soon, before, after, if, unless, until etc.

Examples:

  • In the fall, I will have been studying here for 2 years.
  • My son will have been in teaching for 10 years next month.
  • The teacher will have been teaching my children for 5 years next month.
  • Tammy will be very tired when she comes home, because she will have been flying over 24 hours.

How is the future perfect continuous verb tense is used?

The future perfect continuous tense is used when you want to emphasize an event or activity that be continuous after specific future time.

The future perfect continuous verb tense is used to:

  • Emphasize - how long an event will be in progress at a future time
  • Stress - the the length of time an event or action in the future
  • Results - used to state the results of an action or event in the future.
  • Represents A Continuous Action - that stated at some point, and continues into some point in the future

Rules for using the future perfect continues verb tense

The future period usually states:

  • next year
  • next week
  • next month etc.
  • the exact time came can be stated
  • the approximate time can can be stated

The future perfect continuous verb tense is usually not used with static verbs.

The future perfect continuous verb tense can't be used with "time clauses" such as when, while, "by />


Will & Would

Future Simple Verb Tense

Future Simple Verb Tense Chart

Future Simple Verb Tense "going to"

Future Simple Verb Tense Chart "going to"

Future Continuous Verb Tense

Future Continuous Verb Tense Chart

Simple Future Perfect Verb Tense

Simple Future Perfect Verb Tense Chart

Future Perfect Continuous Verb Tense

Future Perfect Continuous Verb Tense Chart

Present Continuous Verb Tense Used As A Future Tense