Why We Need To Learn Future Perfect Time?

Already, I wrote about present and past perfect tenses. You all know about that, but today, I am writing about future perfect time. As we need the present and past perfect tenses, we also need a lot to expresses our actions which are expected to be completed by a certain time in the future. Therefore, we need a lot to learn about the future perfect time.


Sometimes the future perfect time expresses the speaker’s belief that something has taken place. It is also used for an action which at a given future time will be at the past. Here, I am providing a table which helping you all a lot for understanding the future perfect time. As like as other tenses, this also has three types of sentences, like as affirmative,negative and interrogative sentences. I describe here one by one by the help of tables.

Affirmative Sentences

Formula:- subject+shall/will+have+third form of verbs+object

First Person Second Person Third Person

I shall have played for my school team coming month.

We shall have danced there next week.

You will have revised your lesson by Sunday coming week.

S/he or it will have covered a long distance by 9 P.M. to-night.

They will have landed by the time you reach the airport.

Negative Sentences

We can able to make the above sentences into negative by adding “not” in between shall/will and have. Formula:- subject+shall/will+not+have+main verbs+object.

First Person Second Person Third Person

I shall not have played for my school team in coming month.

We shall not have danced there next week.

You will not have revised your lesson by Sunday coming week.

S/he or it will not have covered a long distance by 9 P.M. to-night.

They will not have landed by the time you reach the airport.

Interrogative Sentences

Here, we asked questions to the subject. There are two types of interrogative sentences. Positive and Negative

Positive Interrogative Sentences

Formula:- Shall/will+subject+have+third form of verbs+object

First Person Second Person Third Person

Shall I have played for my school team coming month?

Shall we have danced there next week?

Will you have revised your lessons by Sunday coming week?

Will s/he or it  have covered a long distance by 9 P.M. to-night?

Will they have landed by the time you reach the airport?

Negative Interrogative Sentences

Formula:- Shall/will+subject+not+have+main verbs+object

First Person Second Person Third Person

Shall I not have played for my school team in coming month?

Shall we not have danced there next week?

Will you not have revised your lesson by Sunday coming week?

Will s/he or it not have covered a long distance by 9 P.M. to-night?

Will they not have landed by the time you reach the airport?

We need to learn this future perfect time for knowing the grammar vastly and knowing the using of it in our day to day life for our betterment and sharing this among your friends helping them for theirs betterment.Thanks

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