Future Perfect Continuous Tense

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Subject + will have been + Verb - ING

I’ll have been working here for 3 years in April.

Negative

Subject + won’t have been + Verb - ING

I won’t have been working here for 3 years in April.

Question

Will + Subject + have been + Verb - ING?

Will you have been working here for 3 years in April?

Usages


  •  To talk about an action that are not finished now but will be finished in the future
  • On Friday I’ll have been staying here for a week.
  • By the time the train comes, I’ll have been waiting for 3 hours.

 

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