Learn Future Perfect Tense from definitions to formulas, examples of Negative, Interrogative, Interro-negative Sentences in the easiest way by reading Future Perfect Tense: How to Learn with Formulas Examples.
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Future Perfect Tense: How to Learn with Formulas Examples
Future = in coming times
Perfect = complete
Tense = time/verb
Future Perfect Tense = completed action in coming time.
Definition of Future Perfect Tense:
In this tense, anything will be done, happened, or borne in future complete aspects.
Recognition of Future Perfect Tense in English:
S +will/shall + have+ 3rd form of Verb + O
First of all, the subject is placed at the start of the sentence then will have or shall have the 3rd form of verb and object at the end with a full stop.
They will have done their duty.
Remember: ‘Will have’ will come after You, He, She, It, They, Name(s) whereas ‘shall have’ come after I and We.
We shall have played cricket.
You will have driven a car.
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Negative Sentence of Past Perfect Tense:
To make a sentence negative, place “ not” right after will or shall. There are two helping verbs in this tense but we shall use the first helping verb will/shall to make a sentence negative. Let us formulate it:
S + will/shall +not +have +3V + O
He will not have gone to school.
They will not have done homework.
Interrogative Sentence of Future Perfect Tense:
To make a sentence interrogative, place “will” or “shall” right before the subject or at the start of the sentence and place a question mark at the end. Let us formulate it.
Will / Shall + S + have 3V + O + ?
Will he have gone to school?
Will they have done homework?
Interro-Negative Sentence of Future Perfect Tense:
To make a sentence interro-negative, add “Will” or “Shall” right before the subject of a negative sentence and put the sign of interrogation at the end. Let us formulate it.
S +will/shall + have +3V + O (Simple)
S +will/shall + not + have 3V + O (-ve)
Now Interronegative Sentence
Will/Shall+ S+not +have 3V + O?
Will she not have gone to school?
Shall we not have done homework?
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