Future Perfect Tense



Future Perfect Tense :



The structure (will / shall have + past participle) is used for this tense. We use the future perfect to say that something will have been completed or finished by a certain time in the future.

1. I shall have written my letter by that time.

2. Before you go to see your friend, he will have left the place.

3. I will have been here for five years next December.

4. The workers say, they will have finished the painting job by Monday.

This tense with other pronouns : COME

1. I shall have come to Trichy by this time tomorrow.

2. We shall have come to Trichy by this time tomorrow.

3. He shall have come to Trichy by this time tomorrow.

4. She shall have come to Trichy by this time tomorrow.

5. It shall have come to Trichy by this time tomorrow.

6. They shall have come to Trichy by this time tomorrow.

7. You shall have come to Trichy by this time tomorrow.

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