Future Perfect Tense: Rules And Examples

Definition of Future Perfect Tense

The Future Perfect Tense is used to express an action that is expected to be completed by a certain time in the future. It expresses a sense of completion of an action that will occur in the future.

Present Perfect Tense: Rules & Examples

Future Perfect Tense Rules Chart
Future Perfect Tense Rules Chart

Affirmative Sentences

Structure: Subject + Will Have  + V3 + Others.

Examples:

  • I will have eaten my food.
  • She will have gone to school.
  • He will have played football.
  • We will have fallen asleep.
  • They will have left the office.

Negative Sentences

Structure: – Sub + Will Not + Have  + V3 + others.

Examples:

  • I will not have eaten my food.
  • She will not have gone to school.
  • He will not have played football.
  • We will not have fallen asleep.
  • They will not have left the office.

Interrogative Sentences

Structure: – Will + Subject + Have  + V3 + others ?

Examples:

  • Will I have eaten my food?
  • Will she have gone to school?
  • Will he have played football?
  • Will we have fallen asleep?
  • Will they have left the office?

Future Perfect Tense Examples

  • My mother will have cooked the food.
  • He will have finished his work.
  • I will have bought a new car.
  • We will have shifted to a new home.
  • They will have arrived by 8 o’clock.
  • By the time you reach the train will have left.
  • By next week, you will have got a job.
  • I will have typed two letters by lunch today.
  • We will have completed this task by evening.
  • Will your father have come home before you reach?
  • The thief will have run away before the police arrived.
  • The shop will have closed before you reach.
  • The rain will have stopped before six o’clock.
  • Will you have left your home by then?
  • My wife will have cooked the food before I reach home.

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