November 6th, 2012 in English Grammar
The future perfect tense is used to say that something will have been done, completed or achieved by a certain time in the future.
Form: will / shall + have + past participle form of the verb.
Examples are given below.
They will have received the invitation by tomorrow evening.
I will have finished this work by Monday.
Susie will have reached home by 6.30.
I will have left the office before the program begins.
Harry will have completed the project by next month.
We will have been here for ten years by next Christmas.
We will have left this place before they arrive.
They will have completed the construction by the end of this year.
Change the following sentences into the future perfect tense.
1. She will win the highest award.
2. He will realize his mistake.
3. She will finish her studies by the end of this year.
4. You will hear from us.
5. They will not reach the city before midnight.
6. We will work on this project for six years.
7. He will waste all his money.
1. She will have won the highest award.
2. He will have realized his mistake.
3. She will have finished her studies by the end of this year.
4. You will have heard from us.
5. They will not have reached the city before midnight.
6. We will have worked on this project for six years.
7. He will have wasted all his money.