FUTURE PERFECT TENSE

AFFIRMATIVE SENTENCES

In this tense with ‘shall or will’, have & third form of verb is used.

For Example:

  • I shall have taken my meals.
  • The teacher will have marked attendance by then.
  • Boys will have won the match.
  • You will have finished your work by tomorrow evening.

NEGATIVE SENTENCES

In this sentence with ‘shall or will’, not have & third form of verb is used.

For Example:

  • I shall not have taken the examination.
  • Boys will not have won the match.
  • You will not have reached the school by 7 A.M.
  • The thief will not have escaped before the police reached there.

INTERROGATIVE SENTENCES

In this sentence ‘shall or will’,is used before subject. have & third form of verb is used.
Sign of interrogation is used at the end of the sentence.

For Example:

  • Shall we have rented our house to them?
  • Will you have met the teacher?
  • Will the boys have finished their work ?

Similarly in interrogative negative sentences ‘shall or will’ is used before subject and not & have is used before third form of verb in the sentence.

For example :

  • Will you not have joined your friends?
  • Shall we not have crossed the river ?
  • Will they not have started their journey?

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