can you write for example about future perfect and future continuous... thanks a lot

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Astheart 2900
Tiffy, I would say that Future Perfect means some action will be finished before some given moment in the future. Very often the sentences contain the preposition of BY.

I will have finished cooking dinner by the time he comes tonight.

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tiffy 7330

Hi! To find out more about verb tenses, check the following slides. Examples are also provided.

http://www.slideshare.net/stephlowe91/ielts-training-verb-tenses

FUTURE PERFECT:

format: [will have + past participle]

- focuses on an action that will happen before another action in the future

Example: I will have finished cooking dinner for Macky before he arrives tonight.

FUTURE CONTINUOUS:

format: [will be + present participle]

Example: You will be waiting for her when her plane arrives tonight.

I hope that helps!

 

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