Definition of Future Perfect Continuous Tense:
Future Perfect Continuous Tense represents a continuous action which will be done at a certain time in the future. If two actions take place in the future, the first one which will be continued is Future Perfect Continuous Tense and the second one is Simple Present Tense.
Examples of Future Perfect Continuous Tense:
- I will have been written articles on different topics before you come.
- Robert will have been reading various kinds of books on this topic.
- They will have been playing football in that field before you reach.
- April will have been gossiping in the coffee shop before she comes here.
- Bob will have been studying in the library before he comes to the class.
- We will have been shopping in that market before you come home.
- We will have been watching a movie in the Cineplex before you come.
- You will have been shopping in that market before we come.
- I will have been singing different kinds of songs before you join us.
- I will have been attending the program before I come here.
- Jeff will have been traveling around the world before he comes to Bangladesh.
- They will have been playing hockey in that field before you reach.
- The poet will have been writing a romantic poem before the program starts.
- The lyricist will have been writing a realistic song for the film.
- Will you have been going to the concert of the realistic songs before I come?
- I will not have been attending the program before I finish this job.
- Robin will have been joining us at the meeting before you reach.
- I will have been helping him to do the task before the class starts.
- We will have been enjoying the musical drama before the game show starts.
- I will have been arranging all the necessary materials before the program starts.