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Future Perfect Continuous Tense

In Future perfect continuous tense first form of the verb is used with the addition of ing ( 1st form + ing). “(will have been, shall have been)” is the helping verb of this tense. Since and for phrases are also used at the end.

Affirmative sentences 

Simply 1st form of a verb is used in addition to (ing). Or we can say that the fourth form of a verb is used. 1st form of verb + ing also known as the fourth form of a verb. “(will have been, shall have been)” is the helping verb of this tense. Since and for phrases are also used at the end.

Formation (Formula of Future Perfect Continuous Tense)

Sub + (will have been, shall have been) + 1st form of verb + ing + object + since/for phrases.

Examples:

  • He will have been taking bath since morning,
  • Girls will have been clapping and dancing for two hours.
  • The boys will have been making noise since morning.
  • He will have been riding a horse for two years.
  • Many students will have been participating in sports for three years.

Negative of future perfect continuous tense

When we have to make negative sentences, we use not after (will, shall) and before have been.

Formation :

Subject + (will, shall) + not + have been + 1st form of verb + ing + object + since/for phrases

Examples:

  • He will not have been taking bath since morning,
  • Girls will not have been clapping and dancing for two hours.
  • The boys will not have been noisy since morning.
  • He will not have been n riding a horse for two years.
  • Many students will not have been participating in sports for three years.

Interrogative sentences

In the case of interrogative sentences, the helping verb (will, shall) is placed at the start of the sentence before the subject, and “have been” is placed after the subject. And a question mark is added at the end.

Formation :

Helping verb ( will, shall) + Subject + have been + 1st form of verb + ing + object + since/for + ?

Examples:

  • Will he have been taking bath since morning?
  • Will girls have been clapping and dancing for two hours?
  • Will boys have been making noise since morning?
  • Will he have been riding a horse for two years?
  • Will many of the students have been participating in sports for three years?

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Future Perfect Tense

Future perfect continuous tense Table

Helping Verbs (will have been, shall have been )
Form of Verb (first form of verb + ing)

  Affirmative Sentences

Sub   +   ( will, shall) + have been  +   ing form   +   object   +   since/for phrases.

He      +     will    + have been        +     taking     +     bath      +     since morning.

 Negative sentences

Sub   +   (will, shall) +   not  + have been  +   ing form   +   object   +   since/for .

He  +      will  +      not    + have been     +  taking    +     bath     + since morning.

 ? Interrogative Sentences

(will, shall) +   Sub   +      have been            +   ing form   +   object   +   since/for phrases + ?

Will  +  He     +    have been        +     taking     +     bath      +     since morning +  ?

 

Future Perfect Continuous Tense Examples

  • When our parents get married, I will have been singing professionally for over a year.
  • When I finish this course, I will have been learning English for twenty years.
  • When I come at 6:00, will you have been practicing long?
  • We will have been studying at this glorious university for three years.
  • She will have been living in Ireland for ten years at that point.
  • Next year I will have been working here for four years.
  • If it’s midnight, he will have been sleeping for four hours by then.
  • I will have been waiting here for three hours by six o’clock.
  • By our 40th wedding anniversary, this plant will have been growing for 35 years.
  • By 2001 I will have been living in London for sixteen years.

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