Thursday, 9 July 2015

Future Perfect Tense

Future Tense:

 Future Tense
Simple Future Tense
Future Continuous Tense
Future Perfect Tense
Future Perfect Tense: The future perfect tense is used to indicate the completion of an action by a certain future time.

Future perfect = use of shall / will + have + V3 (past participle)
Future Perfect Tense
Singular
Plural
First Person
I shall have worked
We shall have worked
Second Person
You will have worked
You will have worked
Third Person
He will have worked
They will have worked
She will have worked
It will have worked

Rules:
  • Future perfect tense is used in the always have and V3.
Formula: 

Positive: Subject + shall / will + have + V3 + object
Negative: Subject + shall / will + not + have + V3 + object
Interrogative: shall / will + subject + have + V3 + object
Nag. Int.: shall / will + not + subject + have + V3 + object

Example:
  1. I shall have reached the school before the bell rings.
  2. You will have finished the work at this time tomorrow.
Example:

में भविष्य में गायक बन गई होंगी ।
Positive: I shall have become a singer in future.
Negative: I shan’t have become a singer in future.
Interrogative: Shall I have become a singer in future?
Neg. Int.: Shan’t I have become a singer in future?

दिव्यानी अगले महीने भारत छोड़ चूकी होंगी ।
Positive: Divyani will have left India next month.
Negative: Divyani won’t have left India next month.
Interrogative: Will Divyani have left India next month?
Neg. Int.: Won’t Divyani have left India next month?

पूजा कल साड़ी पहन चूकी होंगी ।
Positive: Pooja will have worn sari tomorrow.
Negative: Pooja won’t have worn sari tomorrow.
Interrogative: Will Pooja have worn sari tomorrow?
Neg. Int.: Won’t Pooja have worn sari tomorrow?

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