Future Tenses: Future Perfect Tense and Future Perfect Continuous Tense in English Grammar



Future Perfect Tense in English Grammar:


A sentence in which the likeliness of an action, resolution, or intention being fulfilled/completed is reported as to for future occurrence is called a future perfect tense e.g.
a) He will have gone to school. ( It shows supposedly completed action in future)

b) I shall have done my work. ( It shows a probable action accomplishment in future)

c) The teachers will have fulfilled their commitment. ( Here, a future completion of action is reported)

What do we need to remember here?

We use past participle form of verb in Future Perfect Tense.



Future Perfect Continuous Tense in English Grammar:



A sentence in which the likeliness of an action, resolution, or intention being repeatedly completed is reported as to future occurrence is called a future perfect continuous tense e.g.

a) He will have been going to school. ( It shows supposedly repeatedly completed action in future)

b) I shall have been doing my work. ( It shows a probable action with repeated accomplishment/continuity in future)

c) The teachers will have been fulfilling their commitment. ( Here, a future completion and recompletion of action is reported)

What do we need to remember here?

We use present participle form of verb in Future Perfect Continuous Tense.





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