The Future Perfect Continuous Tense.

All of you already know about the all tenses expect Future Perfect Continuous Tense. So, here I am going to write about the Future perfect Continuous Tense. This tense is using to express an action that will have been going on at or before some point of time in the future. Here, I am going to using the easiest way to write this,which can helping you a lot for understanding. Just follow my rules here and then see the magical result of knowing the Future perfect Continuous Tense.


Here, I am providing the table for knowing the tense a lot. These tables are very essential and effective for gaining your knowledge about the tenses. As like as other tenses, this tense has three types of sentences. 1) Affirmative or Positive sentences, 2) Negative sentences and 3) Interrogative sentences.

Affirmative Sentences

Formula:- Subject+shall/will+have+been+main verbs+ing+object

First Person Second Person Third Person

I shall have been waiting for you since morning.

We shall have been playing football for two hours.

You will have been singing a song for an hour.

S/he or it will have been running since afternoon.

They will have been studying here since their childhood.

Negative Sentences

Formula:- Subject+shall/will+not+have+been+main verbs+ing+object.

First Person Second Person Third Person

I shall not have been waiting for you since morning.

We shall not have been playing football for two hours.

You will not have been singing a song for an hour.

S/he or it will not have been running since afternoon.

They will not have been studying here since their childhood.

 Interrogative Sentences

Positive Interrogative sentences, where we asked questions to the subject.

First Person Second Person Third Person

Shall I have been waiting for you since morning?

Shall we have been playing football for two hours?

Will you have been singing a song for an hour?

Will S/he or it have been running since afternoon?

Will they have been studying here since their childhood?

Negative Interrogative Sentences

First Person Second Person Third Person

Shall I not have been waiting for you since morning?

Shall we not have been playing football for two hours?

Will you not have been singing a song for an hour?

Will S/he or it not have been running since afternoon?

Will they not have been studying here since their childhood?

Above tables helping you all to know more about your tenses easily. So, follow them and gain a lot from them. Please, never forget to like,share and comment on it. Thanks.

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