Future Perfect
Updated: 7/14/2020
Future Perfect
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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.
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  • 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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