Future perfect continuous tense! Positive, negative and interrogative sentences are described completely with their formation and examples. You can Download Pdf of this tense.
Future perfect continuous tense
The future perfect continuous tense is composed of two elements. Future perfect continuous tense indicates an action that will continue up until a point in future. In future perfect continuous tense first form of verb is used with the addition of ing (1st form of verb) . “(will have been , shall have been)” is the helping verb of the tense. Since and phrases are used at the end.
|Positive (+) affirmative sentences||Negative (-)sentences||(?) interrogative sentences|
|I will have been dancing||I will not (won’t) have been dancing||Will I have been dancing?|
|You will have been singing||You will not (won’t)have been singing||Will you have been singing?|
|She will have been working||She will not (won’t) have been working||Will it have been working?|
|You will have been playing||They will not (won’t) have been starting playing||Will they have been starting playing|
|They will have been starting cooking||It will not (won’t) have been starting cooking||Will it have been starting cooking?|
- The president will not have been talking tomorrow.
- When I am at college my family will have been flying to America.
- I will not have been staying in Lahore next winter.
- I will have been travelling to Lahore by this time next day.
- Snimra will have been travelling to Karachi by this time next month.
- On Monday, I will have been knowing you for a month.
- When I turn twenty, I will have been playing guitar for twenty one years.
- At five o’clock , I will have been waiting for fifty minutes.
- I will have been reading two books.
In the formation of the 1st form of verb is added to ing. In the other words we say that fourth form of verb is used. 1st form of verb + ing is also known as fourth form of verb. ( will have been , shall have been)” is helping verb.
Subject + (will have been, shall have been ) + 1st form of verb + ing + object+ since / for phrases
- We had been playing all day so we tired.
- Areeka had been listening the different music for 5 hours when I came back hostal.
- You had been running all evening on the beach.
- Many peoples will have been participating in the sports for two years.
In the formation of the negative sentence of future perfect continuous tense we use not after (will, shall) and before have been.
Subject + (will, shall) + not + have been + 1st form of verb + object + ing + since / for phrases
- The child will not have been taking bath since morning.
- Boys will not have been dancing for three minutes.
- The woman will not have been noisy since morning.
- She will not have been playing with football for three hours.
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In the formation of interrogative sentences helping verb. “will and shall” is placed at the start of sentence before subject and have been is placed after the subject.at the last question mark is added.
Will/shall + Sub + have + been + ing form + object + since/for phrases.
- Will komal have been taking bath since evening?
- Will boys have been working for twenty hours?
- Will woman have been making noise since morning?
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