Pattern Function Future Perfect Tense

Pattern Function Future Perfect Tense

Pattern Function Future Perfect Tense

        As the title Pattern Function Future Perfect Tense, in this session we will discuss about the material of the pattern, the function, time signal and the examples of Future Perfect Tense in grammar category, so let’s to the discussion as below. (also see : The Pattern and Function of Future Tense)

Material of Pattern Function Future Perfect Tense

The Pattern of Future Perfect Tense

        There are two pattern of future perfect tense. They are using “WILL” and “BE GOING TO”

Using “WILL”

 (+) Subject + will + have + Verb3

Examples:

You will have learned a few words.

She will have decorated her home.

I will have bought a computer.

They will have shifted to a new home.

(-) Subject + will + not + have + Verb3

Examples :

You will not have learned a few words.

She will not have decorated her home.

I will not have bought a computer.

They will not have shifted to a new home.

(?) Will + Subject + have + Verb3 + ?

Examples :

Will you have learned a few words?

Will she will have decorated her home?

Will I have bought a computer?

Will they have shifted to a new home?

Using “BE GOING TO”

 (+) Subject + am/is/are + going + to + have + Verb3

Examples :

You are going to have learned a few words.

She is going to have decorated her home.

I am going to have bought a computer.

They are going to have shifted to a new home.

(-) Subject + am/is/are + not + going + to + have + Verb3

Examples :

You are not going to have learned a few words.

She is not going to have decorated her home.

I am not going to have bought a computer.

They are not going to have shifted to a new home.

(?) Am/Is/Are + Subject + going + to + have + Verb3 + ?

Examples :

Are you going to have learned a few words?

Is she going to have decorated her home?

Am I going to have bought a computer?

Are they going to have shifted to a new home?

The Function of Future Perfect Tense

        Future Perfect Tense is used to express that an action will have been completed (finished or “perfected”) at some point in the future.

For example, “Paula will have gone tomorrow”. It shows a sense of completion of an action (go) which will occur in future (tomorrow).

The Future Perfect Tense is often used together with Simple Present.

Examples :

Jake will have passed his exams before he gets his degree.

He will have prepared by the time he leaves the house.

He will have played before the season ends.

His wife will have made dinner by the time he returns.

Time Signal of Future Perfect Tense

        Time Expressions or time signal used in Future Perfect Tense are:       

By the time

At this time tomorrow

By next week

For two weeks

Etc.

Examples :

He will have returned home by 6 o’clock.

By midnight, they will have partied like crazy.

By tomorrow, he will have slept well.

All his teeth will have come in by next year.

Tomorrow he will have been sick for 2 weeks.

He will have worked for us for 10 years next August.

Other Examples of Future Perfect Tense

By next October, I will have received my promotion.

By the time she gets home, he is going to have cleaned the entire house.

She is not going to have finished this test by 4 o’clock.

Will you have learned enough Chinese to communicate before you move to Beijing?

Jenny is probably going to have completed the proposal by the time she leaves this afternoon.

By the time she finishes this course, she will have taken ten tests.

        That’s all about Pattern Function Future Perfect Tense in which it consists of the pattern, the function, the time signal and the examples of future perfect tense we can share. Hopefully the post of Pattern and Function Future Perfect Tense above will be useful for us. (also see : PAST FUTURE PERFECT TENSE)

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