Future Perfect Tense Examples

Definition: Future perfect Tense refers to a completed action in the future.

5 Types of Future Perfect Tense:

Future Perfect Tense Examples
  1. Affirmative
  2. Negative
  3. Interrogative
  4. Negative Interrogative
  5. ‘Wh-word’ with Interrogative

Affirmative

Formula: Subject + will/shall + have + V3 + object.

Examples:

  1. Rakesh will have gone to college.
  2. Radhika will have eaten mango.
  3. They will have written an application.
  4. They will have played cricket.
  5. She will have drunk coffee.

Negative

Formula: Subject + will/shall + not + have + V3 + object.

Examples:

  1. Rakesh will not have gone to college.
  2. Radhika will not have eaten mango.
  3. They will not have written an application.
  4. They will not have played cricket.
  5. She will not have drunk coffee.

Interrogative

Formula: Will/Shall + subject + have + V3 + object?

Examples:

  1. Will Rakesh have gone to college?
  2. Will Radhika have eaten mango?
  3. Will they have written an application?
  4. Will they have played cricket?
  5. Will she have drunk coffee?

Negative Interrogative

Formula: Will/Shall + subject + not + have + V3 + object?

Examples:

  1. Will Rakesh not have gone to college?
  2. Will Radhika not have eaten mango?
  3. Will they not have written an application?
  4. Will they not have played cricket?
  5. Will she not have drunk coffee?

‘Wh-word’ with Interrogative

Formula: Wh-word + will/shall + subject + have + V3 + object?

Examples:

  1. Where will have Rakesh gone ?
  2. What will have Radhika have eaten ?
  3. What will have they have written ?
  4. What will have they have played ?
  5. What will have she have drunk ?

Uses of Future Perfect Tense:

1 This tense denotes that the work will have completed in the future in a definite time.

Example:

  • We shall have complete our studies by 2017.
  • She will have cooked the food by 8 pm.

2 They express the clause which is associated with the time clause.

Example:

  • We shall complete our work, when you come back.
  • When you come back, we shall have complete our work.

Adverbials of Future Perfect Tense:

By + time or by the end of time.

Example:

  • He will complete the work by the evening.
  • We shall complete our project by the end of September.

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