Future Perfect Continous Tense
The future perfect continuous tense is formed with will have been + the –ing form.
It will have been walking, talking, going, moving, buying....etc.
The use of the future perfect continuous tense
This tense s used to express:
1. Duration of a single event in the future which takes place before another future event:
They will have been flying over Paris for two hours before any runaways are empty for their landing.
2. Like the future perfect, it is normally used with a time expression beginning with by:
By the end of the next year, I shall have been living in Sarajevo for ten years.
By the end of the school year we will have been reading books for nine months.
-we will read till then and continue reading, the emphasis is on expressing time- till then it will be nine months since they started reading
By the end of the school year we will have read 70 books.
We will complete the action of reading 70 books.
- Verbs tenses
- Present Tenses
- Present Simple Tense
- Present Continous Tense
- Present Perfect Tense
- Present Perfect Continuous Tense
- Past Tenses
- Past Simple Tense
- Past Continuous (Progressive) Tense
- Past Perfect Tense
- Future Tenses
- The Simple Future Tense
- Future Continuous Tense
- Future Perfect Tense
- Future Perfect Continous Tense
- Stative and dynamic verbs
- Transitive and intransitive verbs
- Reflexive verbs
- Full verbs and auxiliary verbs
- Modal verbs
- Indirect speech