20 Sentences in Future Perfect Continuous Tense

20 Sentences in Future Perfect Continuous Tense! English language learners need to be familiar with the various verb tenses in order to communicate accurately. The future perfect continuous tense is a relatively difficult tense for students to learn and use correctly. This blog post will explain the usage of the future perfect continuous tense, provide examples, and offer practice exercises. By the end of this post, students will be able to understand and use this verb tense effectively in their own writing.

20 sentences in future perfect continuous tense

  1. She won’t have been playing for hours when she gets tired of it.
  2. They can swim well, but they’ll have been practicing for a month by the time the dance contest comes.
  3. They can’t dance well, but they’ll have been practicing for a month by the time the dance contest comes.
  4. I will not have been standing in line for hours when I get tired of it.
  5. They won’t have been playing for hours when they get hungry.
  6. He will not have been teaching you how to surf before we go on our honeymoon.
  7. She can speak Spanish well, but she’ll have been learning for two years by next month.
  8. He will have been living in New York City for over thirty years by the time he retires.
  9. I will not have been standing in line for hours when I get tired.
  10. He can’t speak Spanish yet, but he’ll have been learning for two years by next month.
  11. They can swim well, but they’ll have been practicing for a month by the time the dance contest comes.
  12. You won’t have been going to school before you get married.
  13. She can speak Spanish well, but she’ll have been learning for two years by next month.
  14. It will not have been raining, when I get home from work tonight.
  15. When he gets back from vacation, he will have been living in Stockholm for over ten years.
  16. She can speak Spanish well, but she’ll have been learning for two years by next month.
  17. He will not have been living in Stockholm for long when he gets married.
  18. They can swim well, but they’ll have been practicing for a month by the time the dance contest comes.
  19. We will not have been playing for hours when we get hungry.
  20. I will not have been standing in line for hours when I get tired of it.