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The Tenses: Part-IX


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Future Perfect Tense


Future Perfect Tense is used:

1.To express an action that will be completed in a certain future time:
By next month, I shall have learnt swimming.
They will have finished their work by tomorrow.


Affirmative Sentence

Pattern: Subject +shall have/will have + Past Participle form (III form) of the verb + object.

Examples:

1.I shall have gone to school. 2. We shall have gone to school.
3.You will have gone to school. 4. He will have gone to school.
5.She will have gone to school 6. They will have gone to school.
7.Razia will have gone to school. 8. Aman will have gone to school.
9.The children will have gone to school.10. The boys will have gone to school.

Remember:
1.For pronouns I, we, ‘shall have’ is used after the subject.
2.For pronouns you, he, she, it, they, or any name ‘will have’ is used after the subject.
3.The main verb always remains in the Past Participle form (III form).
4.A Full Stop (.) is used at the end of the sentence.

Negative Sentence

Pattern: Subject +shall have/will have + not + Past Participle form (III form) of the verb + object.

Examples:

1.I shall have not gone to school. 2. We shall have not gone to school.
3.You will have not gone to school. 4. He will have not gone to school.
5.She will have not gone to school 6. They will have not gone to school.
7.Razia will have not gone to school. 8. Aman will have not gone to school.
9.The children will have not gone to 10. The boys will have not gone to school.
school.

Remember:
1. For pronouns I, we, ‘shall have not’ is used after the subject.
2. For pronouns you, he, she, it, they, or any name ‘will have not’ is used after the subject.
3. The main verb always remains in the Past Participle form (III form).
4. A Full Stop (.) is used at the end of the sentence.

Interrogative Sentence

Pattern: Shall /will + subject + have + Past Participle form (III form) of the verb + object.
Examples:
1.Shall I have gone to school? 2. Shall we have gone to school?
3.Will you have gone to school? 4. Will he have gone to school?
5.Will she have gone to school? 6. Will they have gone to school?
7.Will Razia have gone to school? 8. Will Aman have gone to school?
9. Will the children have gone 10. Will the boys have gone to school?
to school?

Remember:
1. For pronouns I, we, ‘shall’ is used before the subject.
2. For pronouns you, he, she, it, they, or any name ‘will’ is used before the subject.
3. ‘Have’ is placed after the subject.
4. The main verb always remains in the Past Participle form (III form).
5. A Question Mark (?) is used at the end of the sentence.


Sample Usage

As shown above against each.


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