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

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Future Perfect Tense - This article includes definition, rules and formulas for framing sentences in Future Perfect Tense and example sentences. All this is simultaneously explained in Hindi for better understanding. The lesson is followed by exercises, video explanations, English to Hindi conversion of the sentences for your additional help and also to assess how much you have learnt about the Future Perfect Tense.

 

Future Perfect Tense Definition

Future Perfect Tense indicates that an action will have been completed (finished or "perfected") at some point in the future. It also denotes actions which will start and complete at defined point of time in the future.

 

Future Perfect Tense Examples and Formulae

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


 

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

The formula for Future Perfect Tense is as follows -

I / We/ You/ They/ Common Noun/ Proper Noun + Will/ Shall + have + verb (past participle form)+ object (optional)

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

1) I shall have studied hard for my exam.

मैंने अपनी परीक्षा के लिए कठिन अध्ययन कर लिया होगा ।

2) You will have gone to work.

 आप काम पर चले गए होंगे।

3) They will have slept at 11 p.m.

 वे 11 बजे सो गए होंगे।

4) Ram will have watched a movie.

राम ने फिल्म देख ली होगी।

5) Boys will have swum.        

लड़के तैर लेंगे ।

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

I / We/ You/ They/ Common Noun/ Proper Noun + Will/ Shall +have not + verb (3rd form) + object (optional)

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

1) I shall have not studied hard for my exam.
मैंने अपनी परीक्षा के लिए कठिन अध्ययन नहीं किया होगा ।

2) You will have not gone to work.

आप काम पर नहीं गए होंगे।

3) They will have not slept at 11 p.m.

वे रात 11 बजे नहीं सोए होंगे।

4) Ram will have not watched a movie.

 राम ने फिल्म नहीं देखी होगी।

5) Boys will have not swum.  

लड़के नहीं तैर लेंगे ।

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 + verb (3rd form) + object (optional)?

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

1) Shall I have studied hard for my exam?

क्या मैंने अपनी परीक्षा के लिए कठिन अध्ययन कर लिया होगा ?

2) Will you have gone to work?

क्या आप काम पर चले गए होंगे?

3) Will they have slept at 11 p.m?

क्या वे 11 बजे सो गए होंगे?

4) Will Ram have watched a movie?

क्या राम ने कोई फिल्म देख ली होगी?
5) Will boys have swum?

क्या लड़के तैर लेंगे ?

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 be’ 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 + verb (3rd form) + object (optional)?

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

1) Shall I not have studied hard for my exam?

 क्या मैंने अपनी परीक्षा के लिए कठिन अध्ययन नहीं कर लिया होगा?

2) Will you not have gone to work?

क्या आप काम पर नहीं गए होंगे?

3) Will they not have slept at 11 p.m.?

 क्या वे रात 11 बजे नहीं सोए होंगे?

4) Will Ram not have watched a movie?

क्या राम ने फिल्म नहीं देखी होगी?

5) Will boys not have swum?

क्या लड़के नहीं  तैर लेंगे?

 

FUTURE PERFECT TENSE EXERCISE

Translate the following using the future perfect tense exercise and check answers-

  1. वह खाना बना चुका होगा |
  2. क्या हम सोमवार तक नये मकान में शिफ्ट कर चुके होंगे?
  3. शाम अमेरिका से लौट चुका  होगा। 
  4. कल उसने राम को तोहफ़ा दे दिया होगा। 
  5. तुम चार साल बाद विशेषज्ञ बन चुके होगे।  

 
Answers -

    • He will have cooked food.
    • Shall we have shifted into the new house by Monday?
    • Sham will have returned from America.
    • He will have given the gift to Ram tomorrow.
    • You will have become a scientist after four years.

     

    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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