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Eu future tense posted

  1. 1. Future Perfect & Progressive
  2. 2. Future Progressive
  3. 3. Future Progressive • Signifies something that will be in progress at a particular time in the future • Next semester, I will be studying at Hogwarts. • At 8 p.m., I will be watching the •nightly news. Usually mention the future time.
  4. 4. Future Progressive • At midnight next New Year’s Eve, I will be standing on a tower. • This time next week, I will be taking the exam. • Tonight, I will be studying at the library.
  5. 5. Future Progressive Will be + Ving • Affirmative sentence • I will be studying in the library at 6 p.m. • Interrogative sentence • • Will Jane be studying with you? Negative sentence • No, Jane will not be studying with me.
  6. 6. Future Perfect
  7. 7. Future Perfect • Signifies something that will finish at a particular time in the future • • In the next four years, I will have graduated from Hogwarts. ‘BY’ is often used • • By the time you arrive, the party will have ended. *use present tense in time clause*
  8. 8. Future Perfect • Next Monday, I will have studied here for a year. • The car is running low on fuel. By the time we reach a tollway, we will have run out of gasoline. • By the end of the century, oil will have depleted.
  9. 9. Future Perfect Will have + past participle • Affirmative sentence • • I will have done with my work by 6 p.m. Interrogative sentence • • Will Jane have done with her work too? Negative sentence • No, Jane will not have done by 6 p.m .
  10. 10. Difference in time Next semester, I will •studying at Hogwarts.be the next four years, •IInwill have graduated from Hogwarts. I will be studying Next 4 years Next semester I will have graduated Now
  11. 11. Future Perfect VS. Simple • When mom gets home, I will clean the house. • The sentence doesn’t say when it will be done. It merely expresses intention. • When mom gets home, I will have cleaned the house. • The house will be spotless when mom arrives.

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