Thursday, April 14

FUTURE PERFECT TENSE

Forms of the predicate verb:
1. WILL + HAVE + PARTICIPLE
2. AM/IS/ARE + GOING TO + HAVE + PARTICIPLE 



Example :


will have left by tomorrow
They will have been friends for a long time


RULES:

©       Use to refer action or situation which will be completed by a definite time in the future.
§  Our train will have reached Bangkok by midday tomorrow.

©       Use already and just to refer to action or situations which will be finished by an approximate time in the future.
§  By march next year, we will have already received the loan for our new house.


USING "WILL"

Positive
Negative
Question
·I will have stopped.
·You will have stopped.
·We will have stopped.
·They will have stopped.
·He will have stopped.
·She will have stopped.
·It will have stopped.
·I will not have stopped.
·You will not have stopped.
·We will not have stopped.
·They will not have stopped.
·He will not have stopped.
·She will not have stopped.
·It will not have stopped.
·Will I have stopped?
·Will you have stopped?
·Will we have stopped?
·Will they have stopped?
·Will he have stopped?
·Will she have stopped?
·Will it have stopped?



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