Future perfect continuous
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Future perfect continuous PDF exercise 1
- How long will Francis and his friends have been doing the following things by the end of their school holidays?
Choose the activities from the list and complete the sentences.
Future perfect continuous PDF exercise 2
- Respond to situations.
Example: Why are you so angry? - They ___ the road by the end of this year. (repair)
Future perfect continuous PDF exercise 3
- Complete short conversations.
A: How long are you going to stay at this hotel?
B: On Sunday we ___ (stay) here for two weeks and we'd like to stay one more week.
Future perfect continuous PDF exercise 4
- Rewrite sentences and keep the same meaning.
Example: It will rain for 24 hours and it will stop raining in the morning. - When it stops raining in the morning, it ___ for 24 hours.
Future perfect continuous PDF exercise 5
- Complete questions with words in brackets.
Example: ___ their house for two or three years by the end of this year? (the Clarks - renovate)
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Future perfect continuous
We make the future perfect continuous with will + have + been + present participle (-ing form).
Positive statement: I will have been writing (I'll have been writing), he will have been studying (he'll have been studying)
Negative statement: I will not have been doing (I won't have been doing)
Questions: Will you have been travelling?
Negative questions: Will you not have been dancing? (Won't you have been dancing?)
We use the future perfect continuous for activities that will continue until a point of time in future and will not be completed. It is normally used with by or other time expressions and future events.
I'll have been staying at this hotel for a fortnight on the 20th June.
At six o'clock we'll have been waiting here for three hours.
When you arrive, we'll have been sitting in the classroom all day.
You won't have been learning English long enough when you move to Australia.
I won't have been sleeping for more than four hours before the sun rises.
How long will you have been working at the age of sixty?
Will Sarah have been practising till six o'clock?
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