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Wednesday , June 28 2017

WHAT IS FUTURE PERFECT CONTINUOUS TENSE CLASS 13 – TENSES TUTORIALS

Welcome back, dear readers. Future Perfect Continuous tense is the last tense in the series of English grammar tenses tutorials. You can learn English Grammar Basics to Advance for batter understanding.

We disused all about Parts of speech, in which we learn, what is a Noun, what is a Pronoun, importances of Verb, how to use Adverb, Article, Use of article A, An and The,  as well as use of adjective and many more

FUTURE PERFECT CONTINUOUS TENSE

What is Future Perfect Continuous

The Future Perfect Continuous denote an action continuing beyond some given moment in future time.

simple tense

Future Perfect Continuous Simple

Future Perfect Continuous Simple Tens Formula

Subject + will have been / shall have been + verb 1 form + ing + object

Example For Future Perfect Continuous

  • The student will have been doing a paper for three hours.
  • The noble man will have been praying for two hours.
  • I will have been waiting for him for one hour.
  • He will have been playing Hockey since 2015
  • You will have been reading for more than three hours.
  • Will you have been waiting for more than two days?
  • They will not have been waiting for more than four hours.

 

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Construction For Future Perfect Continuous Negative Tense

Negative Tense

Future Perfect Continuous Negative Formula

Shall/will +subject +have been + verb 1 form +ing +object

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Continuous Examples

  • You will not have been living in America since 2003.
  • She will not have been playing Match for Three hours.
  • Will they not have been watching television since 9 O’clock?
  • He will have been working in this office since 2016.
  • It will not have been raining for nine days.
  • Shall we have not been living in this house since December 26, 1981?
  • Will the people have not been praying for rain for ten days?

 

 

Construction For Future Perfect Continuous Interrogative Tense

Interrogative Formula

Subject+ Will not have been/shall not have been + verb 1 foam + ing + object

Will you have been waiting for me since Monday?

Shall we have been facing hardship forever

Will It have been living in America since 2003?

Shell they have been playing cricket for two hours.

Will they have been watching television since 6 O’clock?

Shell They have been working since 2007?

Will it have been raining for three days?

 

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