Future Perfect Continuous Tense Sentences | 50 Examples
The Future Perfect Continuous or Progressive Tense isn’t used very much in English and it is also a little complicated to make.
The tense indicates a continuous action that will be completed at some point in the future.
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Future Perfect Continuous Tense Sentences
This tense is formed with the modal “WILL” plus the modal “HAVE” plus “BEEN” plus the present participle of the verb (with an -ing ending). These 50 examples will help you a lot to master the future perfect continuous tense.
- By next Thursday, I will have been working on this project for three years.
- They will have been talking for over an hour by when Steve arrives.
- How long will you have been studying when you graduate?
- John and his wife will have been living together for 30 years by the next year.
- Ali will be very tired when he gets home because he will have been jogging for over two hours.
- We will be making a rest stop in half an hour because you will have been driving the car for six hours and feeling very tired.
- By 2023, Susan will have been writing fiction for over two years.
- By the end of this year, I will have been working here for 12 years.
- By the time you get home, I will have been waiting for you for three hours.
- Bob will have been painting the doors by the time you come home.
- How long will you have been watching TV when he comes home?
- Next Sunday, I will have been reading this book for two weeks.
- By January, I will have been teaching for ten years.
- By lunch, she will have been cooking since morning.
- By March, he will have been learning French for one month.
- By midnight, they will have been dancing for five hours.
- By tomorrow, I will have been fixing my car for two days.
- How long will you have been fixing the bike?
- Where will he have been living?
- She will have been quilting for five years by the end of this year.
- I will have been playing tennis since 2016.
- She will have been learning guitar for one month by next Monday.
- Next Tuesday, he will have been taking the exam for one week.
- By June, she will have been cooking for ten years.
- By 2022, we will have been living here for 15 years.
- By afternoon, I will have been hiking for four hours.
- The gardener will have been watering the plants since 4 o’clock.
- The audience will not have been going out of the hall before the speech is finished.
- The farmer will have been sowing the crops for many days by this month.
- The artist will have been making a painting for two weeks by this Sunday.
- The people will have been leaving the party by midnight today.
- It will have been snowing for several days.
- I will have been working as a Marketing Manager for five years.
- The kids will have been watching cartoons for two hours by 8 p.m.
- The next morning, he will have been reading the newspaper for one hour.
- She will have been waiting for you since the evening when you come home.
- He will not have been writing the essay since night.
- The dyer will have been dying the clothes for two hours by the evening.
- You will not have been paying the house rent since July.
- The doctor will have been treating the patients for six years.
- Will you have been talking since morning?
- Will the child have been sleeping since night?
- My son will have been playing in the park for three hours by 6 p.m.
- Next Sunday, I will have been enjoying the holidays.
- By tomorrow, I will have been traveling to Spain.
- She will have been going to school for five years by December.
- By Sunday, the fisherman will have been catching fish for 10 hours.
- Floods will have been coming into the river for many years.
- The boys will have been doing homework since the afternoon.
- The juggler will have been showing tricks for two hours.
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