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Future Perfect Continuous Tense Examples, Definition, Rules, Formula, Exercises and Video Explanation

 

Future Perfect Tense Examples, Definition, Types, Formula, Rules, Exercise in Hindi

 

Future Perfect Continuous Tense Sentences, Formula, Rules, and Examples Explained in Hindi

Future Perfect Continuous Tense - This article includes definition, rules and formulas for framing sentences in Future Perfect Continuous Tense. All this is simultaneously explained in Hindi for better understanding. The formulas are followed by examples, video explanation and exercises so that you can assess how much you have learned about the Future Perfect Continuous Continuous Tense.

 

Future Perfect Continuous Tense Definition

The Future Perfect Continuous Tense is a verb tense that describes actions that will continue up until a point in the future. The activity will have begun sometime in the past, present, or in the future, and is expected to continue in the future.

 

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Future Perfect Continuous Tense Examples and Formula

The formula for making sentences in Future Perfect Continuous tense remains the same for the first person singular/ plural, Second Person, and Third Person Singular/ Plural. Only the subject changes according to the formula being applied.

 

 

Use of since and for

Since gives the starting point of actions, events or states. It refers to when things began.
Since + a point in time (in the past), until now.
We use For when we measure the duration – when we say how long something lasts.
For + a period of time

 

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Future Perfect Continuous Tense Formula for First Person Singular/ Plural, Second Person and Third Person Singular/ Plural

The formula for Future Perfect Continuous Tense is as follows -

I / We/ You/ They/ Common Noun/ Proper Noun + Will/ Shall + have been + verb (1st form) with ‘ing’+ object (optional)

Let us see some example sentences with formula for Future Perfect Continuous Tense

1) I shall have been studying hard for my exam since Sunday.

मैं रविवार से अपनी परीक्षा के लिए कड़ी मेहनत कर रहा हूँगा ।

2) We will have been going to work for 2 weeks.

हम दो सप्ताह से काम पर जा रहे होंगे।

3) Ram will have been sleeping at 11 p.m since Saturday.

राम शनिवार से रात ११ बजे सो रहा होगा ।

4) He will have been shopping for four hours.

 वह चार घंटे तक खरीदारी करता रहा होगा।

5) They will have been swimming since March.       

वे मार्च से तैराकी कर रहे होंगे।

For converting these sentences into negative sentences the formula is that you add ‘not’ before have been and the rest of the rule remains the same.

I / We/ You/ They/ Common Noun/ Proper Noun + Will/ Shall + not + have been + verb (1st form) with ‘ing’+ object (optional)

Let us see some examples of negative sentences with the formula for Future Perfect Continuous Tense:

1) I shall not have been studying hard for my exam since Sunday.

मैं रविवार से अपनी परीक्षा के लिए कठिन अध्ययन नहीं कर रहा हूँगा।

2) We will not have been going to work for 2 weeks.

 हम 2 सप्ताह से  काम पर नहीं जा रहे होंगे ।

3) Ram will not have been sleeping at 11 p.m since Saturday.

राम शनिवार से रात ११ बजे नहीं सो रहा होगा ।

4) He will not have been shopping for four hours.

 वह चार घंटे से खरीदारी नहीं कर रहा होगा।

5) They will not have been swimming since March.

वे मार्च से तैराकी नहीं कर रहे होंगे।

For converting these sentences into interrogative sentences the formula is that you add Will/ Shall at the start of the sentence followed by the subject  and the rest of the rule remains the same. The sentence ends with a question mark (?).

Will/ Shall +  I / We/ You/ They/ Common Noun/ Proper Noun + have been + verb (1st form) with ‘ing’+ object (optional)?

 

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Let us see some examples of interrogative sentences with the formula for Future Perfect Continuous Tense:

1) Shall I have been studying hard for my exam since Sunday?

क्या मैं रविवार से अपनी परीक्षा के लिए मेहनत कर रहा हूँगा?

2) Will we have been going to work for 2 weeks?

क्या हम 2 सप्ताह से  काम पर जा रहे होंगे?

3) Will Ram have been sleeping at 11 p.m since Saturday?

क्या राम शनिवार से रात ११ बजे सो रहा होगा?

4) Will he have been shopping for four hours?
क्या वह चार घंटे से खरीदारी कर रहा होगा?

5) Will they have been swimming since March?

 क्या वे मार्च से तैर रहे होंगे?

For converting these sentences into negative interrogative sentences the formula is that you add Will/ Shall at the start of the sentence, then the subject and then ‘not’ and the rest of the rule remains the same. The sentence ends with a question mark (?).

Will/ Shall +  I / We/ You/ They/ Common Noun/ Proper Noun + not + have been + verb (1st form) with ‘ing’+ object (optional)?

 

Let us see some examples of interrogative sentences with the formula for Future Perfect Continuous Tense:

1) Shall I not  have been studying hard for my exam since Sunday?

क्या मैं रविवार से अपनी परीक्षा के लिए कठिन अध्ययन नहीं कर रहा हूँगा?

2) Will we not have been going to work for 2 weeks?

क्या हम 2 सप्ताह से  काम पर जा नहीं  रहे होंगे?

3) Will Ram not have been sleeping at 11 p.m since Saturday?

 क्या राम शनिवार से रात ११ बजे नहीं  सो रहा होगा?

4) Will he not have been shopping for four hours?

 क्या वह चार घंटे से खरीदारी नहीं कर रहा होगा?

5) Will they not have been swimming since March?

 क्या वे मार्च से तैर नहीं रहे होंगे?

 

FUTURE PERFECT CONTINUOUS TENSE EXERCISES

Translate the following sentences using the future perfect continuous tense exercises and check the answers -

  1. स्वाति तीन घंटे से काम कर रही होगी।
  2.  वे सुबह से कड़ी मेहनत कर रहे होंगे।
  3.  वह दस दिनों से ऑफिस नहीं  आ रही होगी?
  4.  क्या वे पंद्रह मिनट से नाच रहे होंगे?
  5.  क्या  वह दो दिन से खा रहा होगा?

 
Answers -

    • Swati will have been working for three hours.
    •  They will have been working hard since morning.
    •  She will not have been coming to the office for ten days.
    •  Will they have been dancing for fifteen minutes?
    • Will he have been eating for the last two days?

     

    Also See:

    Past Tense of Come

    Past Tense of Fall

    Past Tense of Lead

    Past Tense of Read

    Past Tense of Bite

     

 

 

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