We use the Future perfect continuous tense to talk about long action before some point in the future. Future Perfect continuous is also named Future Perfect Progressive tense
For example I will have been .teaching in this College for three years next week.
Future perfect continuous tense formula and examples:
Positive/ affirmative Example sentences:
Structure: Sub+will have been+(verb+ing)+ Object
- I will have been Studying.
- We will have been working
- You will have been working
- He will have been working
- She will have been working
- It will have been working
Positive sentences short form examples:
- I’ll have been visiting to UK.
- We’ll have been playing.
- You’ll have been writing.
- He’ll have been driving.
- She’ll have been cooking meal.
- It’ll have been raining.
- They’ll have been studying in UK.
Negative sentences examples:
Sub+will+not+ have been+verb(ing)
- I will not have been cooking.
- We will not have been playing.
- You will not have been driving.
- He will not have been studying.
- She will not have been washing.
- It will not have been raining.
- They will not have been taking the class.
Negative sentences short form examples:
- I won’t have been studying.
- We won’t have been playing.
- You won’t have been smoking.
- He won’t have been typing.
- She won’t have been dressing.
- It won’t have been snowing.
- They won’t have been working.
Interrogative sentences examples:
Formula: Will+sub+have been+ Verb(ing)
- Will I have been studying?
- Will we have been talking?
- Will you have been driving?
- Will he have been learning?
- Will she have been cooking?
- Will It have been rain?
- Will they have been playing?
Future Perfect sentences with “wh”Questions
- What will she have been doing?
- Where will he have been visiting?
- When will they have been studying?
- How long will it have been snowing?
Future Perfect continuous Tense infographic.