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Future Perfect tense

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Affirmative Sentences 
Rule – “Shall have” with I, we + third form of verb
“Will have” with he, she , you, they,+ third form of verb 

  • I shall have finished my work.
  • You will have done this before he comes.
  • He will have reached the station before the train leaves.

Negative Sentences
Rule – “not” after “will” or “shall”
  •  I shall not have finished my work.
  • You will not have done this before he comes.
  • He will not have reached the station before the train leaves.
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 finished my work?
  •  Will you have done this before he comes?
  •  Will he have reached the station before the train leaves?
Interrogative Sentences – negative
Rule – “not” before “have”
  • Shall I not have finished my work?
  •  Will you not have done this before he comes?
  •  Will he not have reached the station before the train leaves?

Example
  1. He will have reached at the station before the bell rings.
  2. He will have reached in the city before sun sets.
  3. She will have met him before you reach there.
  4. The train will have reached before you come.
  5. He will not have finished his work before I reach there?
  6. Shall I not have finished my lunch before he comes?
  7. Will we have reached at home before rain starts?
  8. Will they have won the match before rain starts?
  9. Will he buy a ticket before we reach?
  10. How many runs have they made before we reach there?
  11. Why will they have not payed the bill before we reach there?
  12. Why will our clothes have not stitched before wedding?

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