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Language Tip: Future Perfect Simple/Progressive (Continuous)Tense

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image grammarThe future perfect tense describes an action which will be finished in a certain future moment.

Its progressive form expresses the length of an action from the point of future view.

These tenses do not happen often.

It is created by using the following:

SIMPLE FORM
will + have + past participle.

I will have finished the report by tomorrow.

PROGRESSIVE FORM
will + have been + verb with ing

By this summer, I will have been studying English for three years.

IN PASSIVE VOICE
will + have been + past participle

The book will have been finished by the end of this year.

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