Future Perfect Tense
Understand how the future perfect tense is used.:
- The future perfect tense often used with "by" and "not", "for" and "until" to state that the action or event will be completed at time in the future.
- The future perfect tense is used to state an action that occurs into the future until a later time in the future.
- To state an event or action that will finish before an other action event in the future.
- The future perfect tense is used for actions that are non continuous.
- A specific time is usually stated or is understood.
- It is common to use the future perfect tense to clarify the order of 2 future events.
- The future perfect tense can't be used with "time clauses" such as when, while, "by the time ", soon, before, after, if, unless, until etc.
- The future perfect tense is also known as the "future perfect verb tense".
Rules for using the future perfect 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
- We will have worked at the school 25 years next week.
- The students will have finished all their exams tomorrow. I sure they will be happy.