Grade 8 Grammar Lesson 15 The future tense: continuous, perfect and prefect continuous

What is the structure of future continuous tense?
When do we use the future continuous tense?
What is the structure of future perfect tense?
When do we use the future perfect tense?
What is the structure of future perfect continuous tense?
When do we use the future perfect continuous tense?

 

Grade 8 Grammar Lesson 15 The future tense continuous, perfect and prefect continuous (0)

We use the future continuous (will be + present participle) to say that something will be in the middle of happening.

We may sometimes use the future perfect continuous tense (will have been + present participle) for an unfinished action in the future.

The future perfect tense (will have + past participle) suggests an action as completed by a certain point of time in the future.

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