Future perfect tense is used to express the action that will be completed in future at some time. For example, I will have studied the French language.
- by next year
- by the end of next month
Structure / Formula
Subject + will + have+ Past participle
Examples of positive sentences
- He will have locked the door.
- She will have studied the grammar rules.
We add ‘not’ after the auxiliary verb to make the sentence negative.
Subject + will + not + have+ Past participle
Examples of negative sentences.
- He will not have locked the door.
- She will not have studied the grammar rules.
To make the question, auxiliary verb come at the start of the sentence and question mark at the end.
Will + subject + have+ past participle +?
Examples of question sentences.
- Will he have locked the door?
- Will she have studied the grammar rules?
|To express an action that will be completed before some stated time in future.||I will have taken tea by 7 o’clock.|
|To show time expressions: by then, until.||They will not have finished their work until then.|
- By the end of this year, I will have completed my degree.
- She will have gone to the market by 7 o’clock.
- The children will have studied grammar lessons.
- The farmers will have sown the crops.
- The passengers will have reached their destination.
- By the end of next month, I will have traveled to Venice.
- I will have taken the exam.
- Tom will have completed his degree before January begins.
- She will not have made this mistake.
- The rain will have stopped before we reach home.