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    • Future Perfect Tense back menu next
    • Глаголы в английском языке бывают правильные – regular и неправильные - irregular
      • Правильные глаголы образуют прошедшее время с помощью окончания “ed”, ( V + ed ),
      • которое читается как:
      • [ d ] – после гласных и звонких согласных
      • play- play ed , open-open ed , close –clos ed
      • [ t ] – после глухих и шипящих согласных
      • wash- wash ed , stop- stopp ed , ask - ask ed
      • [ id ] - после глаголов, оканчивающихся на [ d ] и [ t ].
      • want –want ed , plant- plant ed , translate – translat ed , need - need ed
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    • Неправильные глаголы. Irregular Verbs.
      • Go –went - gone
      • Take-took – taken
      • Have – had – had
      • See – saw – seen
      • Do – did – done
      • Bring – brought – brought
      • Run – ran – run
      • Put- -put – put
      • Find- found – found
      • Write -wrote-written
      • Catch- caught- caught
      • Learn- learnt- learnt
      • Teach – taught- taught
      • Buy – bought- bought
      Неправильные глаголы изменяют свою форму . back menu next
    • Образование Future Perfect Tense back menu next Shall Will + Past Participle (3 форма глагола) Regular Verbs Will have opened Will have played Will have closed Will have painted Will have reached Irregular Verbs Will have been Will have seen Will have gone Will have come Will have brought
    • How to use Future Perfect Tense
      • Действие либо будет совершено к определенному моменту в будущем, либо когда что-то случится.
      • К пяти часам он уже сделает домашнюю работу.
      • By 5 o’clock he will have done his homework.
      • Мост будет закончен к концу мая.
      • The bridge will have been finished by the end of May.
      • Они уже уедут к тому времени, когда он вернется из командировки.
      • By the time he comes back from the business trip they will have already gone.
      • Они уже обсудят статью, прежде чем он придет.
      • They will have already discussed the article before he comes.
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    • Learn the Grammar Rule:
      • Future Perfect ( I will have done ) - это будущее время от Present Perfect ( I have done ).
      • Cравните:
      • Present Future
      • I'm not hungry. I've just had lunch. I shan’t be hungry. I’ll already
      • have had lunch by that time.
      • The house is dirty. We haven't The house will be dirty. We
      • cleaned it for weeks. shan’t have cleaned it for
      • weeks when we come back.
      • Сравните Future Perfect и Present Indefinite:
      • - Will Mary be ready to go to the cinema when you come to her?
      • - Yes, she will have been ready by the moment.
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    • Study Some Examples:
      • He will have returned from the trip to the mountains by the time you are at home .
      • Has father come home yet? I am not sure. I think he will have finished playing football at the stadium by 6 o’clock.
      • He will have read the book before you come to see him.
      • I think he will have gone to London before you return home .
      • He will have left for Sochi by 10 o’clock tomorrow.
      • I think I’ll have learnt how to do this work before you teach me how to do it.
      • I will have met him in the street by 8 o’clock tomorrow.
      • I will have done my exercises when you come and see me.
      • He will have come home from his business trip by the end of the week.
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    • Выучи спряжение глаголов в Present Perfect Tense:
      • I will have played football.
      • You will have played football.
      • He will have played football.
      • She will have played football.
      • We will have played football.
      • You will have played football.
      • They will have played football.
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    • Interrogative Sentences in Present Perfect Tense back menu next I will have finished reading the book. I Will have finished reading the book ? Yes, I will No, I won’t Yes, you will No, you won’t
    • Отрицательная форма Negative Form
      • will not have= won’t have
      • I won’t have gone to school
      • You won’t have gone to school
      • He won’t have gone to school
      • She won’t have gone to school
      • It won’t have gone to school
      • We won’t have gone to school
      • You won’t have gone to school
      • They won’t have gone to school
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    • Have Some Practice This witch will be cooking broth at six o’clock. And this witch will have already cooked broth by 7 o’clock. back menu next 18-57
    • back menu next This pair will be dancing when I see them at the party. And this pair will have already stopped dancing before I see them.
    • This Pirate will be dancing jig when the captain sees him. And this Pirate will have already danced jig before the time the captain sees him. back menu next
    • This group will be dancing cancan when I enter the hall. And this group will have already danced cancan before I enter the hall. back menu next