We use the future perfect tense to show that an action will take place, or will be completed before another action or time in the future.
I will have graduated by the time you start school.
Our car will have done 20,000 miles by the end of the year.
Subject + will + have + verb3 + complement.
He will have finished the project by tomorrow.
ubject + won't + have + verb3 + complement.
He won't have finished the project by tomorrow.
Will + subject + have + verb3 + complement ?
Will he have finished the project by tomorrow?
Won't + subject + have + verb3 + complement?
Won't he have finished the project by tomorrow?
By this time next week, I will have received my diploma.
When will he have written your book? In six months?
She will have prepared the breakfast before we come back from swimming.
By the end of next week, Mr. Ross will have finished my new dress.
By the end of today Matt and Loyd will have stayed there for 48 hours.
|1. What is the future perfect tense?
|2. How do we form the future perfect tense?
|3. When do we use the future perfect tense?
|4. Can we use time expressions with the future perfect tense?
|5. Is the future perfect tense commonly used in everyday conversation?