Future Perfect Progressive Tense



Future Perfect Progressive Tense :



Future Perfect Progressive Tense is used to express an action that started in the past and will continue into the future. This tense is used to talk about the ongoing nature of the action which will continue into the future. This tense is formed with the auxiliary verbs WILL, HAVE and BEEN and the present participle form of the verb (ING form of the verb). The prepositions SINCE and FOR are used in this sentence as time-references to show the starting point of the action. This tense is also called Future Perfect Continuous Tense.

1. I will have been living in Chennai for 10 years.
2. I will have been living in Chennai for 3 years.
3. We will have been preparing for this exam for 5 years.
4. We will have been preparing for this exam for 5 years.

Structure of the Positive Sentences with Future Perfect Progressive Tense :

Subject + will have been + Present participle (ING form of the verb) + Object (both singular and plural nouns)

1. He will have been playing cricket for 4 years.
2. They will have been observing your attitude since 2010.
3. I will have been working in this company since 2011.
4. She will have been packing her things since yesterday.
5. You will have been sleeping since yesterday evening.
6. We will have been sitting her for you for 3 hours.
7. We will have been typing your documents for five days.
8. He will have been loving your sister for 2 years.
9. It will have been running along the bank of the Gangs since morning.
10. They will have been teaching in this school since 1998.
11. He will have been listening to your songs since 2 am today morning.
12. I will have been writing in this newspaper for six long years.

The Structure of the Negative Sentences with this tense is….

Subject + will not have been + Present participle (ING form of the verb) + Object (both singular and plural nouns)

1. He will not have been playing cricket for 4 years.
2. They will not have been observing your attitude since 2010.
3. I will not have been working in this company since 2011.
4. She will not have been packing her things since yesterday.
5. You will not have been sleeping since yesterday evening.
6. We will not have been sitting her for you for 3 hours.
7. We will not have been typing your documents for five days.
8. He will not have been loving your sister for 2 years.
9. It will not have been running along the bank of the Gangs since morning.
10. They will not have been teaching in this school since 1998.
11. He will not have been listening to your songs since 2 am today morning.
12. I will not have been writing in this newspaper for six long years.

The Structure of the Interrogative Sentences with this tense is….

Will + Subject + have been + Present participle (ING form of the verb) + Object (both singular and plural nouns)?

1. Will he have been playing cricket for 4 years?
2. Will they have been observing your attitude since 2010?
3. Will I have been working in this company since 2011?
4. Will she have been packing her things since yesterday?
5. Will you have been sleeping since yesterday evening?
6. Will we have been sitting her for you for 3 hours?

The Structure of the Negative Interrogative Sentences with this tense is….

Will + Subject + not have been + Present participle (ING form of the verb) + Object (both singular and plural nouns)?

7. Will he not have been playing cricket for 4 years?
8. Will they not have been observing your attitude since 2010?
9. Will I not have been working in this company since 2011?
10. Will she not have been packing her things since yesterday?
11. Will you not have been sleeping since yesterday evening?
12. Will we not have been sitting her for you for 3 hours?


The other tenses in English are….

  1. Simple Present Tense
  2. Simple Past Tense
  3. Simple Future Tense
  4. Present Continuous Tense (Present Progressive Tense)
  5. Past Continuous Tense (Past Progressive Tense)
  6. Future Continuous Tense (Future Progressive Tense)
  7. Present Perfect Tense
  8. Past Perfect Tense
  9. Future Perfect Tense
  10. Present Perfect Continuous Tense (Present Perfect Progressive)
  11. Past Perfect Continuous Tense (Past Perfect Progressive)
  12. Future Perfect Continuous Tense (Future Perfect Progressive)


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  1. Tenses in English Grammar
  2. Main Tenses
  3. Different Forms of Tenses
  4. Twelve Tenses in English
  5. Forms of The Tenses and Indicative Mood
  6. Tenses and Active Voice
  7. Tenses and Passive Voice
  8. Sequence of Tenses
  9. Tenses
  10. Tenses in English
  11. Continuous Forms of English Tenses
  12. The Three Perfect Tenses
  13. The Progressive Perfect Tenses


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