future simple perfect tense

Future simple perfect tense – learn how to form and when to use one fo the future tenses. In this post you will find both theory and exercises.

For other future tenses – go here.

Future simple perfect tense

How do we form it?


affirmativenegativequestions
Iwill have workedwon’t /will not have workedWill I have worked?
youwill have workedwon’t /will not have workedWill you have worked?
hewill have workedwon’t /will not have workedWill he have worked?
shewill have workedwon’t /will not have workedWill she have worked?
itwill have workedwon’t /will not have workedWill it have worked?
wewill have workedwon’t /will not have workedWill we have worked?
youwill have workedwon’t /will not have workedWill you have worked?
theywill have workedwon’t /will not have workedWill they have worked?
future simple perfect

Affirmative

subjectwillhaveIII fromobject
Shewillhavemovedabroad by now.
Theywillhavechangedthe schedule.
future simple perfect

Negative

subjectwill not / won’thaveIII fromobject
Youwon’thavemovedby now.
Shewon’thavechangedthe schedule.
future simple perfect

Questions

WillsubjecthaveIII formobject
Willyouhavemovedby now?
Willshehavechangedthe schedule?
future perfect simple

When do we use it?

Use 1
to talk about an actvity that will be finished at some point in the future
Examples
I will have finished this report by the end of the next week.
Use 2
to express an assumption at the part of the speaker
Examples
You won’t have finished the work.

Practise online:

Learn the theory and then do the online exercises from the links below.

http://www.focus.olsztyn.pl/en-future-perfect-exercises.html#.Xgdyw1VKjZ4

https://www.englisch-hilfen.de/en/exercises/tenses/future_perfect_statements.htm

https://www.perfect-english-grammar.com/future-perfect-exercise-2.html

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