future perfect continuous tense examples and rules




Future perfect continuous Tense
This tense is used to express an action that continues upto some point of time in future.
Affirmative
Subject
Will have been + v1ing
Obj.
She
Will have been going
Temple
Negative
Subject
Will not have been + ving
Obj.
She
Will not have been going
Temple
Interrogative
Will
Subject have been + v1ing
Obj?
Will
She have been going
Temple?
Negative-Interrogative
Will
subject not have been + v1ing
Obj?
Will
She not have been going
Temple?

Structure:
=> Sub + will have been + v1 ing + Obj + since/for + time being. (Affirmative)
For ex- She will have been washing clothes for 3 hours.
=> Sub + will not have been +v1 ing + Obj + since/for + time being. (Negative)
For ex- She will not have been washing clothes for 3 hours.
=> Will + sub + have been + v1 ing + Obj + since/for + time being? (Interrogative)
For ex-
Will she have been washing clothes for 3 hours?
=> Will + sub + not have been +v1 ing + Obj + since/for + time being? (Interrogative-Negative)
For ex-
Will she not have been washing clothes for 3 hours?
Note: Future Perfect progressive denotes continuous action while future perfect denotes completed action.
For ex-
(a) By the end of this month, I will have been travelling for 6 month.(Continuous action)
(b) By the end of this month, I will have travelled for 6 month. (Complete action)



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