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Future Perfect Tense

The future perfect tense shows that the action will be finished by a certain future date. The third form of a verb is used. ( 3rd form ). “will have” and “shall have” are the helping verbs. “ will have “ is used with you, he, she, it, they, and all nouns. “shall have” is used with I and we only.

Affirmative sentences 

(will have, shall have) are used as helping verbs. And 3rd form of a verb is used. “ will have “ is used with you, he, she, it, they, and all nouns. “shall have” is used with I and we only.

Formation (Formula of Future Perfect Tense)

Sub + helping verb ( will have, shall have) + 3rd form of verb + object.

Examples:

  • I shall have taken a bath.
  • Girls will have clapped and danced.
  • Boys will have to make a noise.
  • He will have reached home.
  • Many students will have participated in sports.
  • You will have played.
  • We shall have listened to a story.
  • She will have to make tea.
  • I shall have played football.
  • They will have worked hard.

Negative of the future perfect tense

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

Formation:

Subject + helping verb ( will, shall) + not + have + 3rd form of verb + object.

Examples:

  • I shall not have taken a bath.
  • Girls will not have clapped and danced.
  • Boys will not have to make noise.
  • He will not have reached home.
  • Many students will not have participated in sports.
  • You will not have played.
  • We shall not have listened to a story.
  • She will not have to make tea.
  • I shall not have played football.
  • They will not have worked hard.

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 be is placed after the subject. And a question mark is added at the end.

Formation:

Helping verb ( will, shall) + Subject  + be + 1st form of verb + ing + object + ?

Examples:

  • Shall I have taken a bath?
  • Will girls have clapped and danced.?
  • Will boys have to make noise?
  • Will he be riding reached home?
  • Will many the students have participated in sports?
  • Will you have played?
  • will we have listened to a story?
  • Will she have to make tea?
  • Shall I have played football?
  • Will they have worked hard?

Future Perfect tense Table

Helping Verbs

(will have, shall have)

Form of Verb

(3rd form)

+  Affirmative Sentences

Sub      +        (will have, shall have)       +        3d form           +      object.

I             +         shall have        +        played           +           cricket.

–    Negative sentences

Sub +          (will not, shall not)      + have    +    3rd form               +             object.

I                +       shall not    +        have    +      played      +                         cricket

?     Interrogative Sentences

( will, shall)      +      Sub     + have   +            3rd form                        +    object     +    ?

      Shall      +           I      + have   +              played       +                  cricket         +     ?

Future Perfect Tense Examples

  • You will have danced like a lunatic.
  • We will have praised them.
  • We shall have taken tea.
  • They will have worked in government institutions.
  • They will have made up for the destruction.
  • She will have fallen in love with a prince.
  • She will have driven a scooter.
  • It will have made a sense.
  • I will have done this work.
  • I shall have eaten a burger.
  • Hira Sagar will have listened to the music.
  • He will have made an airplane.
  • He will have loved her after she gets married.
  • Dani will have butchered the goat.
  • Cars will have run on electricity in the future.

Download PDF of all Twelve Tenses From below

Present Indefinite Tense
Present continuous Tense
Present Perfect Tense
Present Perfect Continuous Tense
Past Indefinite Tense
Past continuous Tense
Past Perfect Tense
Past Perfect Continuous Tense
Future Indefinite Tense
Future continuous Tense

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