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Future perfect & future perfect progressive

  1. 1. Future Perfect and2 Future Perfect ProgressiveExtreme Races Focus on Grammar 4 Part II, Unit 6 By Ruth Luman, Gabriele Steiner, and BJ Wells Copyright © 2006. Pearson Education, Inc. All rights reserved.
  2. 2. The Tour de FranceThe Tour de France is a popularcycling race that takes place everyyear in July. Teams of nine ridersbike 3,427 km through the Frenchcountryside. By the start of therace, 15 million spectatorswill have lined up to watch the race.Riders try to intake 300-400calories an hour during the race.At the end of an average day, theywill have consumed over 6,000calories. As a group they will havedrunk 42,000 bottles of water.
  3. 3. Ironman Triathlon The Ironman is the most grueling triathlon. The fittest of athletes will swim for 2.4 miles, bike for 112 miles, and then run a marathon (26.2 miles). Participants will have been training for many months prior to the race, which officially ends after 17 hours. At that point, many racers won’t have finished yet. Contestants who do finish, however, will have fulfilled a lifelong dream.
  4. 4. The Raid World CupThe Raid is a multi-sportadventure race that takes placein a different country every year.Teams who complete the racewill have had a great adventure,and they will have gained abroader cultural awareness. Therace continues 24 hours a day.By the end of the course, mostparticipants will have endureddehydration and sleepdeprivation.
  5. 5. Use Use the future perfect to talk about a future action that will already be completed by a certain time in the future. Athletes spend to lot of money Racers need a constantlyAt the end of the day,racers willreplenish the energy theycalories. have consumed 6,000 are on equipment, clothing, andBy the start of the race , athletes will have spent a lot of money. expending. entry fees. now past future
  6. 6. Form 1Use will/won’t + have + past participle toform the future perfect. Contestants will have fulfilled a dream. Some racers won’t have finished the course. They will have endured dehydration.
  7. 7. Future Perfect Progressive 1 Use the future perfect progressive to talk about an action that will be in progress at a certain time in the future.By her first Ironman race she will race,have been running for three years. now past three years future began running will enter race
  8. 8. Future Perfect Progressive 2 In the future perfect progressive, the action may start sometime in the future or it may have already started.By the time the team begins paddling paddling,they will have been trekking for 18hours straight. now past 18 hours future will begin trekking will begin paddling
  9. 9. Form 2Use will / won’t + have been + base form +-ing to form the future perfect progressive. for three She will have been running years. Some won’t have been training very long. racers Riders will have been eating all day.
  10. 10. Time Clauses Use the future perfect or future perfect progressive with the simple present to show the relationship between two future events. simple present future perfect First, millions of spectators line up.When the race starts, millions of spectators will have lined up. starts Then the race starts. now past future
  11. 11. Look at the checklist. Use futurePractice 1 perfect and future perfect progressive to say what Ann will have done by the start of the race. Example: Fill water bottles her water bottles. She will have filled She will have collected her race Collect race number number. She willequipment Check have checked her equipment. She will have packed energy bars. Pack energy bars She will have been warming up for Warm up / 45 min. 45 minutes. She will have attended a briefing. Attend briefing She will have been training for 6 Train / 6 months months.
  12. 12. Adverbs Use already and yet with the future perfect to emphasize which event will happen first.When he starts this race, he will have already run threemarathons.By the time deadline, some contestants won’t have finishedthe race yet.
  13. 13. Look at Ali’s training schedule for next Practice 2 week. Make sentences with already and yet describing what he will or won’t have done by Wednesday night. By Wednesday night, he won’t have swum runmiles he will have already taken 15 won’t have gottenbiked a biked 25 miles 10 30 a checked done some yogawithhis bike. massage class. miles yet. hills. yet. and weight training. cleaned miles.Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday•run 10 miles •run 10 miles •run 10 miles •bike 25 •swim 10•do weight •check and •bike 15 miles milestraining clean bike miles with •do weight •run 15 miles •take yoga hills training •get massage class
  14. 14. ReferencesCopyright © 2006 Pearson Education andits licensors. All rights reserved.