Future perfect tense and future perfect continuous tense

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  • FUTURE PERFECT TENSEANDFUTURE PERFECT CONTINUOUS TENSEBy : Sherinne

  • FUTURE PERFECT TENSEFuture perfect tense is a form of the verb used to express that an activity will have been completed at this point in time in the future.

  • THE FUNCTIONS

    FunctionsExamplesFuture perfect tense to express an activity that would have been completed or occurred before the other activities carried out in the future.We will gather on the road at 8. We will have gone when you come at 9. (Kami akan berkumpul di jalan jam 8. Kami akan telah pergi ketika kamu datang jam 9.)Future perfect tense to indicate that an action will have been completed at some time in the future.At this time next month, Ill have finished my driving course. (Bulan depan, saya akan telah menyelesaikan kursus mengemudi.)

  • THE IMAGINATIONThis form is usually used with the expression by the time. We want to imagine ourselves into the future, look back and say that an action has finished (e.g: I will have left Singapore).Another example: Ill call you at six oclock. Will you have finished dinner by then?

  • The Future Perfect Tense is used to show one activity that will happen first (finished my training) before another (visit you) in the future.

    past ___________ now _________*_______*______ future will have visit him finished (in Sept) training (by August)Will have finished is used to indicate that this activity (training) happened first, before another event.

  • THE EXAMPLESI will complete my training in August. I will visit you in September. By the time I visit you, I have finished my training.I will complete my training in August. I will visit you in September. By the time I visit you, I will have finished my training.I will complete my course in January.I will return home in February.When I next meet my family, I will graduated. I will complete my course in January.I will return home in February.When I next meet my family, I have graduated.

  • I will complete my course in January.I will return home in February.When I next meet my family, I will have graduated.Our country will have built the new MRT line to Marina when we are visiting Marina in 2004.Our country will have built the new MRT line to Marina by the time we are visiting Marina in 2004.

  • THE FORM IN ACTIVE (WITH VERB)

    +Subject + will/shall + have + verb 3 + objectSubject + be + going to + have + verb 3 + object-Subject + will/shall+ not + have + verb 3 + objectSubject + be + not + going to + have + verb 3 + objectY/N?Will/Shall + subject + have + verb 3 + object?Be + subject + going to + have + verb 3 + object?Wh?Wh + will/shall + subject + have + verb 3 + object?Wh + be + subject + going to + have + verb 3 + object?Wh-S?Wh + will/shall + have + verb 3 + object?Wh + be + going to + have + verb 3 + object?

  • EXAMPLES SENTENCE IN ACTIVE(WITH VERB)

    +Dani will have graduated by July 2010.Dani is going to have graduated by July 2010.Dani akan sudah lulus sebelum Juli 2010.-Dani will not have graduated by July 2010.Dani is not going to have graduated by July 2010.Dani tidak akan sudah lulus sebelum Juli 2010.Y/N ?Will Dani have graduated by July 2010?Is Dani going to have graduated by July 2010?Apakah Dani akan sudah lulus sebelum Juli 2010?

  • Wh?When will Dani have graduated?When is Dani going to have graduated?Kapan Dani akan sudah lulus?Wh-S?Who will have graduated by July 2010?Who is going to have graduated by July 2010?Siapa yang akan sudah lulus sebelum Juli 2010?

  • THE FORM IN ACTIVE (WITHOUT VERB)

    +Subject + will/shall + have + been + A/N/ASubject + be + going to + have + been + A/N/A-Subject + will/shall+ not + have + been + A/N/ASubject + be + not + going to + have + been + A/N/AY/N?Will/Shall + subject + have + been + A/N/A?Be + subject + going to + have + been + A/N/A?Wh?Wh + will/shall + subject + have + been + A/N/A?Wh + be + subject + going to + have + been + A/N/A?Wh-S?Wh + will/shall + have + been + A/N/A?Wh + be + going to + have + been + A/N/A?

  • EXAMPLES SENTENCE IN ACTIVE(WITHOUT VERB)

    +The performance will have been over next May.The performance is going to have been over next May.Pertunjukannya akan sudah berakhir Mei nanti.-The performance will not have been over next May.The performance is not going to have been over next May.Pertunjukannya tidak akan sudah berakhir Mei nanti.Y/N ?Will the performance have been over next May?Is the performance going to have been over next May?Apakah pertunjukkannya akan sudah selesai Mei nanti?

  • Wh?When will the performance have been over?When is the performance going to have been over next May?Apakah pertunjukkannya akan sudah selesai Mei nanti?Wh-S?What will have been over next May?What is going to have been over next May?Apa yang akan sudah selesai Mei nanti?

  • THE FORM AND EXAMPLES IN PASSIVE

    +Subject + will/shall + have + been + verb 3 + by The project will have been finished by them at 7 p.m-Subject + will/shall+ not + have + been + verb 3 + by The project will have been finished by them at 7 p.m?Will/Shall + subject + have + been + verb 3 + by ?Will the project have been finished by them at 7 p.m?

  • ADVERB OF TIME

    Adverb of timeMeaningTomorrowBesokBy this weekMenjelang minggu iniBy the end of this weekMenjelang akhir minggu iniBy next month Menjelang akhir bulan iniIn two daysDalam dua hari ini

  • FUTURE PERFECT CONTINUOUS TENSEFuture perfect continuous tense is a form of the verb used to express that an action would have been going on for so long at a particular time point in the future.

  • THE FUNCTIONS

    FuntionExampleFuture perfect continuous tense is used to talk about the action long before a specific time point in the future.Signals:For + duration (a month, a year, a week) can be used to declare a long duration of action, whereas by the end of (next month, next week, next year), when + clause (you arrive), before + clause/noun (midnight, he comes) to discuss future action which occurs when the future perfect continuous tense action has been going on for some time.He will have been studying in Cairo for a year by the end of next month. (Dia akan telah belajar di Kairo selama setahun pada akhir bulan depan.)

  • THE FORM IN ACTIVE

    +Subject + will/shall + have + been + verb -ing + object-Subject + will/shall+ not + have + been + verb- ing + objectY/N?Will/Shall + subject + have + been+ verb -ing + object?Wh?Wh + will/shall + subject + have + been + verb -ing + object?Wh-S?Wh + will/shall + have + been + verb -ing + object?

  • EXAMPLES SENTENCE IN ACTIVE

    +Anna will have been living in Germany for five years next year.Anna akan telah sedang tinggal di Jerman selama lima tahun pada tahun depan.-Anna will not have been living in Germany for five years next year.Anna tidak akan telah sedang tinggal di Jerman selama lima tahun pada tahun depan.Y/N ?Will Anna have been living in Germany for five years next year?Apakah Anna akan telah sedang tinggal di Jerman lima tahun pada tahun depan?

  • Wh?How long will Anna have been living in Germany next year?Berapa lama Anna akan telah sedang tinggal di Jerman pada tahun depan?Wh-S?Who will have been living in Germany for five years next year?Siapa yang akan telah sedang tinggal di Jerman selama lima tahun pada tahun depan?

  • THE FORM AND EXAMPLES IN PASSIVE

    +Subject + will/shall + have + been + being + verb 3 + by The project will have been being finished by them at 7 p.m-Subject + will/shall+ not + have + been + being + verb 3 + by The project will have been being finished by them at 7 p.m?Will/Shall + subject + have + been + being + verb 3 + by ?Will the project have been being finished by them at 7 p.m?

  • ADVERB OF TIME

    Adverb of timeMeaningsBy the end ofMenjelang akhirBy the end of weekMenjelang akhir minggu iniBy the end of monthMenjelang akhir bulan iniBy the end of this yearMenjelang akhir tahun iniBy the end of 2006Menjelang akhir tahun 2006

  • FUTURE PERFECT VS FUTURE PERFECT CONTINUOUS TENSESometimes,the Future Perfect Tense (for example: will have played) and the Future Perfect Continuous Tense (for example: will have been playing), have the same meaning.

  • SUBJECT PRONOUN

    Subject PronounWill / ShallHeSheItWillWillWillIWeShallShallYouTheyWillWill