May I have some examples of “future perfect continuous” from fiction or literature, with references? [closed]
Question says it all and again it should be from literature or fiction. I was told that the future perfect continuous does not exist. So I am looking for examples from “real published and acclaimed ...
I would have finished my home work by evening . He should have been more careful. Can these be used as future perfect tense ?
I am not sure why this sentence is incorrect from tense's perspective. It is certain that the construction of the road will be completed by the winter of 2014. Also, according to my book its ...
I cannot understand the usage of this tense. For example, what does "I will have done this task" mean? Does it mean the effects of this task will be remaining in the future? On a more general note, ...
Why no Future Perfect in “At the end of the year there will be an exam on everything you've studied”?
At the end of the year there will be an exam on everything you've studied. I'm just wondering why not use the Future Perfect tense here, as in: At the end of the year there will be an exam ...
This is a part of a sentence: As many of you will have seen yesterday, . . . What does it mean? The words will and yesterday seem to be in contradiction. Is that a correct sentence?
By the end of the year, I would have attended this school for five years. Of course, the "most" correct way of writing this would be: By the end of the year, I will have attended this school ...
What is meant by "present perfect", "past perfect", and "future perfect" verbs? How can I identify them or know which is which?