Future Perfect

Question: When will she have completed her degree?

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By her will next year have she completed degree

In English, we use the "Future Perfect" tense to talk about actions or events that will be completed in the future before a specific point or another action. To form a sentence in the Future Perfect, you need two components: the future auxiliary verb "will have" and the past participle of the main verb.

To create the Future Perfect tense, follow this rule:

  1. Start with the subject (e.g., "I," "You," "He/She/It," "We," "They").
  2. Add the future auxiliary verb "will have" (in contracted form, it's often "will've").
  3. Follow "will have" with the past participle of the main verb. Regular verbs typically form the past participle by adding "-ed," while irregular verbs have specific past participle forms.

Here are some examples of sentences in the Future Perfect tense:

  • I will have completed my project by next Friday.
  • She will've finished her book by the end of the month.
  • They will have traveled to five different countries by the time they return.

Remember that the Future Perfect tense indicates completion at a future point in time.

  • By the time she arrives, we will have prepared dinner.
  • They will have graduated from college in two years.
  • Next month, he will've lived in this city for ten years.
  • By the end of the day, I will have finished reading this book.
  • She will have completed her research project by the conference date.
  • They will've visited all the major landmarks in the country by the time they return.
  • By tomorrow morning, he will have fixed the car.
  • At the end of the week, we will have saved enough money for the trip.
  • In a year, I will've learned to play the piano.
  • By the time the movie starts, they will have purchased the tickets.