future perfect tense examples and rules

Future perfect Tense

This tense expresses those actions that will certainly be finished at a point in future.
Affirmative
Subject
will have+V3
Obj.
She
Will have gone
Temple.
Negative
Subject
will not have + v3
Obj.
She
will not have gone
Temple
Interrogative
will
Subject + have + v3
Obj?
will
She have gone
Temple?
Negative-Interrogative
will
subject + not have + v3
Obj?
will
She not have gone
Temple?

Structure:
=> Sub + Will have +v3 + Obj. (Affirmative)
For ex-
(a). She will have submitted her project by Monday.
=> Sub + will not + have + v3 + Obj. (Negative)
For ex-
(a). She will not have submitted her project by Monday.
=> Will + sub + have + v3 + Obj ? (Interrogative)
For ex-
(a). Will she have submitted her project by Monday.
=> will + Sub + not + have + v3 + Obj ? (Negative- Interrogative)
For ex-
(a) Will she not have submitted her project by Monday?
Note: In future perfect tense, when an action is expected to be completed in near future, till/by are used before the adverb of future.
Uses:
To show an action in which “when” or “before” is followed by present tense.
For ex-
(a). I will have completed this task before she comes.
(b). He will have reached school before the bell ring.


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