Future Perfect Tense with examples

The Future perfect tense is used in rare conditions. It describes an action that will be happened in the future. This tense gives the conclusion of the action, or work which will occur in the future. It describes the completion of action before another action occurs.

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Definition: Future perfect tense is used to indicate the completion of an action by a certain time in the future. That means the future perfect tense is used to express the activity which will be finished in a certain period in the future.

For example, I shall have written a note for my exam.

They will have done their work.

Structure: Subject + shall have / will have + past participle of main verb + extension.
Future Perfect Tense
Future Perfect Tense

Example of Future Perfect Tense

He will have played Table-Tanis.

I will have finished this story.

I will have met him.

He will have left Bangladesh.

They will have arrived home.

I will have cooked lunch.

It will have stopped thundering.

They will have taken their dinner.

The teacher will have taken the test exam.

She will have bought a new cycle.

You will have completed your project.

I will have written a story before you come.

He will have sung different types of songs before they join us.

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Negative:

Structure: subject + will have not + past participle of main verb + object.

 For example:

They will have not worked hard for preparing their lessons.

I will have not done my homework

They will have not gone to watching cinema.

She will have not cooked food.

The thief will have not to work in the day time.

You will have not seen me.

I will have not received your letter.

They will have not performed in the program.

I will have not to attend the program because of my busyness.

Interrogative

Structure: Shall /will +subject + have + past participle of main verb (third form of verb) +object +?

Examples

Will the children have taken admission in school?

Will she have taken breakfast?

Will he have arrived home?

Will they have played football?

Will you have done your project?

Will they have watched the movie of Spiderman?

Will they have completed their project?

Will they have bought a new bike?

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