In English, there are several verb tenses that we use to express when an event will take place. Today, we’re going to focus on the future perfect continuous tense. This tense is used to indicate that an event will happen in the future and that it will have been ongoing up until that point. Let’s take a look at 15 examples of future perfect continuous tense!
Below are 15 examples:
- They will have been building the bridge for three years in May.
- She will have been working on her novel for a year in October.
- By next month, we will have been dating for a year.
- He won’t have been doing his homework before he goes to bed.
- I will have been waiting for the train for an hour when it finally arrives.
- I will have been exercising regularly for a year in May.
- She will have been teaching at the university for 20 years in 2025.
- They will have been renovating the house for two years in August.
- They will have been running the restaurant for a year in September.
- She will have been learning Spanish for six months in June.
- It will have been snowing in the mountains all day by the time I leave.
- She will have been painting the mural for a week by tomorrow.
- We won’t have been playing for hours when we get hungry.
- I won’t have been standing in line for hours when I get tired.
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Last updated on April 14th, 2023 at 06:13 am