Future Perfect Continuous Tense
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We use this tense to talk about an action that will continue for a period of time in the future.
Affirmative:SUBJECT+WILL+HAVE BEEN DOING+OBJECT
|will||have been studying.|
Negative:SUBJECT+WILL NOT+HAVE BEEN DOING+OBJECT
|have been studying.|
Question:WILL+SUBJECT+HAVE BEEN DOING+OBJECT?
|have beeen studying?|
By 5 o'clock, he will have been playing this game for 8 hours!
By 9 o'clock, she will have been sleeping for 8 hours.
By noon, he will have been reading for 45 minutes.
They will have been swimming for 20 minutes by the end of the competition.
Time expressions: We use this tense with for five hours, for three years, for hours, since Sunday, since the morning, etc.
- Next month, Sandra will have been living in New York City for 3 years.
- Brandon will have been playing the piano for 5 hours by midnight.
- How long will they have been running by the end of the marathon?
- Kyle will not have been watching this movie since the morning.