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Future Perfect Continuous tense

As we know, the future perfect continuous tense, also called as future perfect progressive. It describes that action that will continue Until the future with time. In future perfect continuous tense, there will be. Structure used as, Will + have + been + Verb’s present participle (ing).

Subject + will + have been + verb (ing) + object (optional) + time instant.

Whenever we define an action in the future perfect continuous tense, we are reflecting back on the period of that activity while projecting ourselves forward in time. The action will have started at some point in the past, present, or future, and it is anticipated that it will go on forever.

future perfect continuous

Future Perfect Continuous tense examples

Example:

  • She will have been working there last night 12 ‘o’ clock.
  • He will be have been waiting for 20 minutes.
  • You will have been working there for 30 years, still you will not get a chance to complete your dream.

Positive
{Subject + will + have been + verb (ing) + object (optional) + time }
Negative
{Subject + will not/ won’t + have been + verb (ing) + object (optional) + time }
Yes/no type or Interrogative question
{Will + Subject + have been + verb (ing) + object (optional) + time ?}

Examples of Future perfect continuous:

SubjectWill not/won’t have beenverbObject
Sam will not have beenrunninglast one hour.
She won’t have beencookingfood last five years

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