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The future perfect tense

  1. 1. The Future Perfect Tense
  2. 2. Affirmative Sentences I You She, he ,it You We Will Have V 3/ed They They will have worked with these children by next May.
  3. 3. Negative Sentences I You She, he, it You Will HAVE V3/ed We not They They will not (won’t) have worked with these children by next May.
  4. 4. Questions I You She, he, it Will You HAVE V3/ed ? We They Will they have worked with these children by next May?
  5. 5. The Future Perfect Tense is used: A) for an action which will be finished before a stated future time:  He will have delivered all the newspapers by 8 o’clock.
  6. 6. The Future Perfect Tense is used: B) with the following time expressions: Before, till, until, by the time, by, by then, etc. NOTE! Till/until are mostly used in the negative sentences.  She will have finished the report by tomorrow.  She won’t have completed the report till/until 6 o’clock.
  7. 7. The Future Perfect Tense is used: C) to denote an action which will begin before a definite moment in the future, will continue up to that moment in the future, and will be going on at that moment:  Louisa will have been a teacher for 20 years by next May.
  8. 8. Spelling Rules Exceptions in spelling when adding ed Example after a final e only add d love – loved final consonant after a short, stressed vowel is admit – admitted doubled final r is doubled if it is preceded by a stressed prefer-preferred vowel final r is not doubled if it is preceded by a appear-appeared diphthong final l is doubled if it is preceded by a short vowel travel-travelled stressed or unstressed final y after a consonant becomes i and remains hurry – hurried unchanged if it is preceded by a vowel play - played

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