More About Future Perfect Tense

 

 

In Future Perfect Tense, verb shows the completion of an action in  future time.

In Future Perfect Tense for first person ‘shall’ is used with ‘have’ and past participle of a verb                                                                                                                                                                                      and for second and third person,‘will’ is used with ‘have’ and past participle of the verb.

 

 

Affirmative Negative Interrogative
I shall have written a book. I shall not have written a book. Shall have I written a book?
We shall have written a book. We shall not have written a book. Shall have we written a book?
You will have written a book. You will have not written a book. Will have you written a book?
 You will have written a book. You will have not written a book. Will have you written a book?
He will have written a book.

She will have written a book.

It will have written a book.

He will have not written a book.

She will have not written a book.

It will have not written a book.

Will have he written a book?

Will have she written a book?

Will have it written a book?

They will have written a book. They will have not written a book. Will have they written a book?

 

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