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Remember that we use future, in this case perfect continuous for actions that will carry out or that will continue up until certain poin of time in the future.
For example, Sarah will have been watching television for four hours
So cool this topic, is correct to say I will have been studying french for seven hours
Before you tell the story, I want to say an example.I will have eat chocolate for two monts.
I think that in your sentence is missing the auxiliary (ing) and (been).The correct way to say is, I will have been eating chocolate for two months
Aff: S+will+Have been+vbf+ing+cNeg: S+ will not +Have been +vbf ing+cInt: Will+ S+ have been+vbf ing c+?
Hmmmm, good Job Mario.Not to have those grammatical mistakes,in the table I copy the structures.
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