Future perfect continuous
1. Future perfect continuousPrepared by Zhumadildinova Balym
2. Future perfect continuous
3. DurationWe use this tense to express situations
that will last for a specified period of time
at a definite moment in the future. It is
important that we expect these
situations to last longer.
4. Forming Future Perfect Continuous TenseAffirmative Form
Subject + will + have + been +
When you graduate your university, I’ll
have been working as a dentist for 3
Subject + will not / won't + have +
been + verb(ing)
I won’t have been treating patients by
the time you arrive
Will + subject + have + been +
Will doctor Harry have been catering
patients by the time I come?
Won't + subject + have + been +
Won’t you have been working as a
private practitioner by 2025?