Future Perfect Continuous Tense

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Future perfect continuous tense chart, rules, formula, examples, worksheet

Affirmative

Subject + will/shall + have been + VI(ing) + object

Example:

  1. We shall have been studying in this school for 6 years in 2011.
  2. In 2016, they will have been participating in the common wealth games for 3 years.
  3. I shall have been dancing since morning.

Negative

Subject + will/shall + not + have been + VI(ing) + object

Example:

  1. I shall not have been cooking food since morning.
  2. In 2012, he will not have been living here for 2 years.

Interrogative

Will/Shall subject + have been + VI (ing) + object?

Example:

  1. Will they have been fighting since last evening?
  2. Shall we have been studying in this school for 5 years in 2011?

Negative Interrogative

Will/Shall subject + not + have been + VI (ing) + object?

Example:

  1. Will they not have been fighting since last evening?
  2. Shall we not have been studying in this school for 5 years in 2011?

Interrogative with “Wh-word”

Wh-word + will/ shall + subject + have been + VI (ing) + object?

Example:

  1. What will she have been learning since morning?
  2. What will we have been doing for 4 years in 2013?

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All Types of Tenses

Present SimplePresent Continuous
Present PerfectPresent Perfect Continuous
Past SimplePast Continuous
Past PerfectPast Perfect Continuous
Future SimpleFuture Continuous
Future PerfectFuture Perfect Continuous