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Kinds of Tenses Tense Table
Simple Present Present Continuous Present Perfect Present Perfect Continuous
Simple Past Past Continuous Past Perfect Past Perfect Continuous
Simple Future Future Continuous Future Perfect Future Perfect Continuous
Present Conditional Tense Conditional Sentences
FUTURE PERFECT TENSE

The Future Perfect tense is used to expresses an action that will occur in the future before another action or time in the future. It expresses a sense of completion of an action which will occur in future.

Structure for Future Perfect

subject auxiliary verb auxiliary verb main verb
subject (shall/will) have past participle
I shall have gone.

Structure for Negative sentence

subject auxiliary verb auxiliary verb main verb
subject (shall/will) + not be/have past participle
I shall not have gone.

Structure for interrogative sentence

auxiliary verb subject auxiliary verb main verb
(Shall/Will) subject be/have past participle
Shall I have gone?

Future perfect tense is used to express an action which will occur in future and is thought to be completed in future.

We use the future perfect tense to:

express an action which will occur in future.
express an action which will occur in future before another action in future.
  USES OF FUTURE PERFECT TENSE
The Future Perfect is used to indicate the completion of an action by a certain future time:
 
Examples
I shall have written my exercise by that time.
Before you go to see him, he will have left the place.
The future perfect tense expresses action in the future before another action in the future. This is the past in the future:
 
Examples
Really? Where will she have gone?
Alisha won't be at home when you arrive.
You can call me at office at 10am. I will have arrived at the office by 9.
They will be tired when they arrive. They will not have slept for a long time.
FUTURE PERFECT TENSE TABLE
AFFIRMATIVE NEGATIVE INTERROGATIVE
I shall have gone. I shall not have gone. Shall I have gone?
You will have gone. You will not have gone. Will you have gone?
We shall have gone. We shall not have gone. Shall we have gone?
He/She will have gone. He/She will not have gone. Will he/she have gone?
They will have gone. They will not have gone. Will they have gone?
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Kinds of Tenses Tense Table
Simple Present Present Continuous Present Perfect Present Perfect Continuous
Simple Past Past Continuous Past Perfect Past Perfect Continuous
Simple Future Future Continuous Future Perfect Future Perfect Continuous
Present Conditional Tense Conditional Sentences