Grammar > Verbs > Tenses and time > Future > Future perfect continuous (I will have sầu been working here ten years)

We use will/shall + have sầu + been + the -ing size of the verb.

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We use shall only for future time reference with I and we. Shall is more formal & less common than will.


singular và plural

+

I, we

she, he, it, you, they

(full form)

will or shall

will

have been working

I, she, he, it, you, we, they

(short form)

’ll

I, we

she, he, it, you, they

(full form)

will not or shall not

will not

have been working

I, we

she, he, it, you, they

(short form)

won’t or shan’t

won’t

? + Will

? − Won’t

I, she, he, it, you, we, they

have sầu been working?


We use the future perfect continuous khung when we are looking back to lớn the past from a point in the future & we want khổng lồ emphasise the length or duration of an activity or event:

In September the head teacher will have sầu been teaching at the school for trăng tròn years.

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In September, she will have been living in France for a year.

I will have been studying English for three years by the over of this course.

We’re late. I think they’ll have sầu been waiting for us. We’d better go.


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