If you have learned the verb tenses, you will have also learned the future perfect tense. If not, then read this post.
Here are future perfect tense definition, examples, formula and rules.
The future perfect tense is used to describe the actions that will be finished by some specific time or date in future.
- By then
- By next week /next month / next year
- By the time
Formula / Structure
The formula of affirmative, negative and question sentences is given here.
Formula for affirmative sentences.
Subject + will have + past participle(V3) + object
He/She/It/I/We/They/You + will have + past participle
- He will have passed the exam by the end of this year.
- She will have completed her Europe tour by next month.
Subject + will have + not + past participle(V3) + object
- He will not have passed the exam by the end of this year.
- She will not have completed her Europe tour by next month.
Will + subject + have + past participle(V3) + object + ?
- Will he have passed the exam by the end of this year?
- Will she have completed her Europe tour by next month?
Read also: 50 Sentences of Future Perfect Tense
Rules / Usage
|To show the action which will be finished by some specific time in future.||She will have baked the cake by 5 o’clock tomorrow.|
|To show some certain action that will be finished/completed||He will have celebrated his birthday by 12 o’clock tonight.|
Future Perfect Tense Examples
- I will have visited Paris by the end of this year.
- Roshana will have taken her meal by 2 o’clock tomorrow.
- I will have stopped taking this medicine by March next.
- Jimmy will have attended the business meeting by then.
- The chef will have baked the cake for a birthday.
- The manager will have left the company by the end of this year.
- I will have learned grammar lessons until next month.
- He will have finished writing this novel by the end of next month.
- She will have drunk three cups of coffee until this evening.
- He will have stopped responding to my emails.
- Tom will have taken dinner by 9 p.m.
- He will have returned by next week.
- She will have finished reading by the time he arrives.
- I will have completed my task by then.
- I will not have seen my children for days by the time they leave for college.
- Jane will not have eaten lunch when she arrives.
- At the end of the day, we will have finished repainting his room
- By tomorrow morning, we will have rewritten all 33 pages
- They _______________ by 7 o’clock. (arrive)
- I ________________ this novel twice by next week. (read)
- The company ______________ a bonus salary for its employees by the end of this year. (announce)
- What will you _______________ by the time you are 50. (do)
- Tom _______________ roses until tomorrow. (plant)
- The sales manager ______________ the target of sales by the end of this quarter. (achieve)
- Will they _______________ by Monday? (arrive)
- Tom _______________ by the time he is sixty. (retire)
- I ______________ a lot of money by the time I am 40. (earn)
- All the leaves _______________ from the tree by the end of autumn. (fall)
- They will have arrived by 7 o’clock.
- I will have read this novel twice by next week.
- The company will have announced a bonus salary for its employees by the end of this year.
- What will you have done by the time you are 50?
- Tom will have planted roses until tomorrow.
- The sales manager will have achieved the sales target by the end of this quarter.
- Will they have arrived by Monday?
- Tom will have retired by the time he is sixty.
- I will have earned a lot of money by the time I am 40.
- All the leaves will have fallen from the tree by the end of autumn.