Future Perfect Tense Structure, Examples

What is future perfect tense?

The future perfect tense is a tense that shows an action that is to get completed at some time in the future.

Future Perfect Tense Structure

Affirmative Sentence

  • First of all, translate the subject and put ‘will have’ or ‘shall have’ according to the subject. ‘Will have’ have is used with he, she, it, they, or singular noun and ‘shall have’ is used with ‘I’ and ‘we’.
  • In case of stress or strong decision then replace will have with shall have.
  • Use 3rd form of the verb.

Future Perfect Affirmative Sentence Structure

Formula: Subject + will have/shall have + 3rd form of verb + Object.

He + will have + completed + school task.

She + will have + completed + school task.

They + will have + completed + school task.

You + will have + completed + school task.

It + will have + completed + school task.

I + shall have + completed + school task.

Singular noun + will have + completed + school task.

We + shall have + completed + school task.

Examples:

  • They will have invested their money in the business.
  • We shall have eaten the mangoes.
  • They will have raised the slogans.
  • They will have fired at the elephant.
  • He will have conveyed his message to the people.
  • We shall have converted our religion.

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Future Perfect Tense Structure

Negative Sentence

  • In the negative sentence of future perfect tense, place ‘not’ in the middle of ‘will have’ and ‘shall have’.
  • Use 3rd form of the verb.

Future Perfect Negative Sentence Structure

Formula: Subject + will /shall + not have + 3rd form of verb + Object.

He + will + not have + completed + school task.

She + will + not have + completed + school task.

They + will + not have + completed + school task.

You + will + not have + completed + school task.

It + will + not have + completed + school task.

I + shall + not have + completed + school task.

Singular noun + will + not have + completed + school task.

We + shall + not have + completed + school task.

Examples:

  • We shall not have invested our money.
  • He will not have opposed the rules of traffic.
  • They will not have made fool him.
  • We shall not have flown the kite.
  • The court will not have convicted his crime.

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Future Perfect Tense

Interrogative Sentence

  • In an interrogative sentence, put ‘will’ or ‘shall’ at the start of the sentence before the subject then ‘have’ after the subject.
  • Use the 3rd form of the verb.
  • Put an interrogative sign at the end of the sentence.

Future Perfect Interrogative Sentence Structure

Formula: Will/shall + Subject + have + 3rd form of verb + Object?

Will + he + have + completed + school task?

Will + she + have + completed + school task?

Will + they + have + completed + school task?

Will + you + have + completed + school task?

Will + it + have + completed + school task?

Shall + i + have + completed + school task?

Will + singular noun + have + completed + school task?

Shall + we + have + completed + school task?

Examples:

  • Will the jungle have impressed them?
  • Shall we have looked at the moon?
  • Will he have sun a song?
  • Shall they have compressed their crime?
  • Will the boy have garlanded the respectable guest?
  • Will the government have released him on bail?
  • Shall we have completed our work?

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Future Perfect Tense Structure

Future Perfect Tense Examples

Future Perfect Tense Examples

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Learn More:

Past Indefinite Tense

Past Continuous Tense

Past Perfect Tense

Past Perfect Continuous Tense

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