Future Perfect Continuous Tense: Definition and Useful Examples 1

Future Perfect Continuous Tense: Definition and Useful Examples

Future perfect continuous tense in English with future perfect continuous examples. Learn the definition and how to form the future perfect continuous tense with useful examples and ESL pictures.

Future Perfect Continuous Tense

Future Perfect Continuous Definition

Future Perfect Continuous is used to talk about an on-going action before some point in the future.

Forming Future Perfect Continuous

Positive Statements | Future Perfect Continuous

SUBJECTWILL HAVE BEENVERB + ingREST OF THE SENTENCE
Iwill have beenwatchingtelevision for four hours when you come home.
Youwill have beenwatchingtelevision for four hours when you come home.
Hewill have beenwatchingtelevision for four hours when you come home.
Tomwill have beenwatchingtelevision for four hours when you come home.
The boywill have beenwatchingtelevision for four hours when you come home.
Shewill have beenwatchingtelevision for four hours when you come home.
Annawill have beenwatchingtelevision for four hours when you come home.
The girlwill have beenwatchingtelevision for four hours when you come home.
Wewill have beenwatchingtelevision for four hours when you come home.
Youwill have beenwatchingtelevision for four hours when you come home.
Theywill have beenwatchingtelevision for four hours when you come home.
The childrenwill have beenwatchingtelevision for four hours when you come home.

Notice how we use ‘will have been’ and the verb + ing for all the subjects.

Negative Statements | Future Perfect Continuous

SUBJECTWILL NOT HAVE BEENVERB + ingREST OF THE SENTENCE
Iwill not have beenwaitingfor too long when Arun arrives.
Youwill not have beenwaitingfor too long when Arun arrives.
Hewill not have beenwaitingfor too long when Arun arrives.
Tomwill not have beenwaitingfor too long when Arun arrives.
The boywill not have beenwaitingfor too long when Arun arrives.
Shewill not have beenwaitingfor too long when Arun arrives.
Annawill not have beenwaitingfor too long when Arun arrives.
The girlwill not have beenwaitingfor too long when Arun arrives.
Wewill not have beenwaitingfor too long when Arun arrives.
Youwill not have beenwaitingfor too long when Arun arrives.
Theywill not have beenwaitingfor too long when Arun arrives.
The childrenwill not have beenwaitingfor too long when Arun arrives.

Notice how we use ‘will not have been’ and the verb + ing for all the subjects.

Interrogative Statements / Questions | Future Perfect Continuous

WILLSUBJECTHAVE BEENVERB + ingREST OF THE SENTENCE
WillIhave beenplayingcricket for more than two hours when it gets dark?
Willyouhave beenplayingcricket for more than two hours when it gets dark?
Willhehave beenplayingcricket for more than two hours when it gets dark?
WillTomhave beenplayingcricket for more than two hours when it gets dark?
Willthe boyhave beenplayingcricket for more than two hours when it gets dark?
Willshehave beenplayingcricket for more than two hours when it gets dark?
WillAnnahave beenplayingcricket for more than two hours when it gets dark?
Willthe girlhave beenplayingcricket for more than two hours when it gets dark?
Willwehave beenplayingcricket for more than two hours when it gets dark?
Willyouhave beenplayingcricket for more than two hours when it gets dark?
Willtheyhave beenplayingcricket for more than two hours when it gets dark?
Willthe childrenhave beenplayingcricket for more than two hours when it gets dark?

Future Perfect Continuous Tense Chart

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Future Perfect Continuous Tense: Definition and Useful Examples 2

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