Choose the correct tense - future continuous or future perfect?
In twenty years' time most people ___ the Internet.
(will be using, will have been using)
By this time next year we ___ into our new house.
(will be moving, will have moved)
Future perfect simple and continuous exercises with answers and grammar rules for intermediate - advanced learners of English as a foreign language.
Future continuous and future perfect
The future continuous is used for activities that will be in progress at a point of time. The future perfect is used for activities that will be completed before or at a certain time in the future.
Examples of future continuous:
At 8 o'clock I will be travelling to Dorset.
I'll be sleeping when you come back.
Josh won't be working this time tomorrow.
Will you be using the computer tonight?
Examples of future perfect:
I will have sent the project by Friday.
On 11 August this year we will have been married for five years.
Marion won't have made the meal by noon.
Will you have finished your work when we return?