Future Perfect Continuous Tense



Future Perfect Continuous Tense :



Future Perfect Continuous Tense denotes an action represented as being in progress over a period of time that will end in the future.

1. By next September, we shall have been living here for five years.

2. By next September, he shall have been living here for five years.

3. By next September, she shall have been living here for five years.

4. By next September, it shall have been living here for five years.

5. By next September, you shall have been living here for five years.

6. By next September, they shall have been living here for five years.

7. By next September, I shall have been living here for five years.

8. When he gets his diploma, he will have been working at the technical institute for three years.

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