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Future Perfect continues tense

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Affirmative Sentence
Rule – "Since" to tell about particular time of period

  1. "for" to tell about uncertain time of period
  2. "shall have been" – with I, we + ing
  3. "Will have been with" - he, she, you, they + ing
  • I shall have been reading for four hours.
  • He will have been living in Delhi since 1980.
  • You will have been waiting for him for two hours.
Negative Sentences
Rule – “not” after "will" or "shall"
  • I shall not have been reading for four hours.
  • He will not have been living in Delhi since 1980.
  • You will not have been waiting for him for two hours.
Interrogative Sentences - affirmative
Rule - “will or “shall” come at the starting of the sentences and interrogative adverb come before "will" or "shall"
  •  Shall I have been reading for four hours?
  •  Will he have been living in Delhi since 1980?
  •  Will you have been waiting for him for two hours?
Interrogative Sentences – Negative
Rule - “not” before “have
  •  Shall I not have been reading for four hours?
  •  Will he not have been living in Delhi since 1980?
  •  Will you not have been waiting for him for two hours?
Example –
  1. Worker has been working since morning.
  2. You will have been waiting for me since tomorrow.
  3. She will not have been waiting for you since morning.
  4. Will he have been working hard for a month?
  5. Will he not have been nonpracticing to give his better for six hours?
  6. Will he have been helping the poor like this for a month?
  7. How will he have been helping the poor since 1980?
  8. There will have been raining for last few hours.
  9. He will have been writing a book since four months.

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