Future perfect continuous rules, examples

Future perfect continuous

Future perfect progressive

will + have + been + infinitive + ing

Examples

I will have been reading a book for hours.
Peter will have been watching TV for a long time.

Future perfect progressive use

The future perfect continuous describes actions that will continue up until a point in the future.

Future perfect 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.

Future perfect progressive signal words

all day long, for ..., the last couple of hours.

Future perfect continuous questions

Will + subject + have + been + infinitive + ing

Examples

Will Jack have been learning all day?
Will the students have been working all morning?

Future perfect progressive negative

will + not + have + been + verb + ing

Negative long form: I will not have been playing.
Negative short form: I won't have been playing.

Exercises

01 Future Perfect Continuous rules
01 Future Perfect Continuous
02 Future Perfect Continuous
03 Future Perfect Continuous
04 Verlaufsform English
05 Future Perfect ContinuousTenses
06 Future Perfect Continuous

Questions

07 Future Perfect Continuous
08 Questions exercises
09 Questions exercises
10 word order questions
11 word order questions
12 Questions Future Perfect Continuous

Negative Future Perfect Continuous (Progressive)

13 Future Perfect Continuous negative
14 Future Perfect Continuous negative
15 negative examples
16 negative word order
17 negative exercises

Tests

18 Test 1
19 Test 2
20 Test 3

Future perfect continuous rules

Future perfect continuous with explanations, examples and exercises.

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