Future Perfect Continuous Tense Chart
Understand how to build sentences using the future perfect verb continuous tense?
- The Future Perfect Continuous Tense Chart uses 4 kinds of verbs, 3 auxiliary verbs and 1 main verb.
- The auxiliary
verb "will" does not change according to the subject.
- The auxiliary verb"have" always stays in the base form.
- -ing is added to the base form of the main verb.
- Negative Sentences - "not" is added between the auxiliary verb"will" and the main verb.
- Questions - the order of the sentence is changed. The verb "will" comes first, then the subject.
|Subject||Auxiliary Verb "will"||Auxiliary Verb "have"||Auxiliary Verb "been"||Main Verb||Continue The Sentence|
|will||have||been||verb + -ing||-|
- In ten minutes, I will have been waiting 1 hour for the bus.
- We will have been working here for 10 years in June.
- Robert will have been living in France for 1 year next month.
- We will have been saving money for many years, by the time you need to go to college.
|Subject||Auxiliary Verb "Will"||not||Auxiliary Verb "Have"||Auxiliary Verb "to be"||Main Verb||Continue The Sentence|
- I have not been waiting a long time.
- The cookies have not been baking 5 minutes. It takes them time before they are done.
- I have not been studying for many years; I guess it is time to go back to school.
- We have not been living in this house for 2 weeks, and already the walls are dirty.
- This car has not been working properly for the last few years, I think it is time to buy a new car.
|Auxiliary Verb "Will"||Subject||Auxiliary Verb "Have"||Auxiliary Verb "to be"||Main Verb||Continue The Sentence|
|have||been||verb + -ing||-|
- Will I have been working here long enough to get an extra week vacation this summer?
- Will we have been living in the states long enough to get citizenship next year?