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English tenses

Future Perfect Continuous

 01 Future Perfect C. rules

 02 Future Perfect Cont.

 03 Examples

 04 Future 2 Continuous

 05 Future 2 Continuous

 06 Word order exercises


 07 Future 2 Continuous

 08 Write questions

 09 Questions

 10 Word order exercises

 11 Word order exercises

 12 Questions


 13 Future 2 Continuous

 14 Negative exercises

 15 Examples

 16 Word order exercises

 17 Negative Exercises


18 Test 1

19 Test 2

20 Test 3


English Tenses

Simple Present Tense

Simple Past Tense

Present Perfect 1

Past Perfect 1

Future 1

Future Perfect



Continuous Tenses

Present Continuous

Past Continuous

Present Perfect Progr.

Past Perfect Continuous

Future 1 Continuous

Future 2 Continuous


Comparison of Tenses

If clauses - Conditional

Active Passive exercises

Reported Speech



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Future Perfect Continuous Grammar Rules and Explanations

Future Perfect Continuous (Progressive) - Tenses English Grammar


Future Perfect Continuous (Progressive)


will + have + been + infinitive + -ing


Example: Future Perfect Continuous (Progressive)


I will have been reading a book for hours.

Peter will have been watching TV for a long time.


Future Perfect Continuous (Progressive)


1. Person singular: I will have been learning for years.

2. Person singular: You will have been learning for years.

3. Person singular: He/She will have been learning for years.

1. Person plural: We will have been learning for years.

2. Person plural: You will have been learning for years.

3. Person plural: They will have been learning for years.


Signal words Future Perfect Continuous (Progressive)


Signal words: all day long, for ..., the last couple of hours.


Questions Future Perfect Continuous (Progressive)


will + subject + have + been + infinitive + -ing?


Examples - Questions Future Perfect Continuous (Progressive) :


Will Jack have been learning all day?

Will the students have been working all morning?


Negative - Future Perfect Continuous (Progressive)


 will + not + have + been + infinitive + -ing.


Negative - long form: I will not have been playing.

Negative - short form: I won't have been playing.


English Tenses exercises
Simple Present Tense
Simple Past Tense
Present Perfect
Past Perfect
Simple Future - Will Future
Continuous Tenses
Comparison of Tenses
Active and Passive Voice
If clauses - conditionals
Reported Speech

Future Perfect Continuous - English grammar


Future Perfect Continuous and the rules of sentence structure. English grammar: An introduction form of theFuture Perfect Continuous, exceptions in spelling, short forms of the  Future Perfect Continuous, use, signal words, summary and exercises. Matching exercises, quizzes and riddles for the Future Perfect Continuous.



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