In this lesson we’ll look at how to use and form the Future perfect continuous tense. This tense is formed the following way: will + have + been + verb + ING
How to use the Future perfect continuous
1. This tense implies a longer action that lasted up to a certain time in the future.
- On Sunday, we will have been living here for 10 years.
- My friend will have been working for the bank for 5 years tomorrow.
Future perfect continuous – Sentence Structures
|Affirmative sentence:||will have been + verb + ING||By next week, I will have been paying the instalments for five years.|
|Negative sentence:||will not have + been + verb + ING||By next week, I will not have been paying the instalments for five years.|
|Interrogative sentence:||will (subject) have + been + verb + ING||Will she have been teaching English for long?|
“will have been” stays the same in all persons!