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How to Learn Future Perfect Tense The Smart Way
If you want to learn Future Perfect tense, you should know that it refers to the completed action, event in the future. The subject is following by + will have plus past participle of the main verb. The tense, simply said, refers to an action or an event that has not happened yet but it may occur in the future. Future perfect tense is kinda like a prediction or a weather forecast, well, weather forecast may be more accurate.
|Subject||+ will have||+ past participle of the main verb|
You may find perfect tense and perfect progressive tense confusing. It may sound weird, confusing to you but nothing is as hard as it might seem.
Susan will have married John by 6th of June
He will have arrived by then
She will have finished the work by 6 o´ clock
They will have arrived by then
Our father will have baked a cake by then
We will have finished the project by the late evening
You will have reached the destination by 7 a.m
Chloe will have eaten by 8 p.m
My brother will have finished the exam by 10 a.m
They will have built a house by then
Negative Form of Future Perfect Tense
We use the negative form to create the statement that will not happen in the future. Will+Not+have + finished.
|Subject||+ will not have||+ past participle of the main verb|
|She||will not have||accomplished|
|They||will not have||accomplished|
Susan will not have married John by 6th of June
He will not have arrived by then
She will not have finished the work by 6 o´ clock
They will not have arrived by then
Our father will not have baked a cake by then
We will not have finished the project by the late evening
You will not have reached the destination by 7 a.m
Chloe will not have eaten by 8 p.m
My brother will not have finished the exam by 10 a.m
They will not have built a house by then
The Last Words
If you want to learn future perfect tense, remember that time is the best healer. Maybe it does not sound appropriate but very same principle applies to learning tenses in English. Time, effort you put into your studies will ease the learning difficulty.