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Copy of Future Perfect
Transcript of Copy of Future Perfect
forms 1- "Will" form 2- "Be going to" form Structure of "Will" form Subjet + WILL + have + past participle Structure of "Be Going To" Form Subject + am/is/are + GOING TO + have + past participle Examples: You will have perfected your English by the time you come back from the U.S. I have already started the book and I will have finished it before the deadline. Examples: By next week, I am going to have accomplished the project for this compagny. By the time he gets home, she is going to have cleaned the entire house. NOTE To create the future perfect,
those two forms can be used interchangably. It might affect just a little or not at all. By next November, I will have received my promotion. By next November, I am going to have received my promotion. Common Time Expressions By
By the time
By tomorrow/7 o'clock/next month
Until/till “Affirmative, negative,
interrogative” Affirmative Negative Interrogative is easier than what you think! But guys...
What is the future perfect tense? The future perfect tense is about 2 actions that are going to happen in the future but, one action will be finished before another. For example:
The train will leave the station at 9am. You will arrive at the station at 9. 15am. When you arrive, the train will have left. Future perfect tense 1st action 2nd action Also, the future perfect tense is kind of similar with the present perfect tense, but instead of being in the present, it is in the future: present perfect future perfect past present future past present future < HAVE DONE < WILL HAVE DONE The structure of the future perfect The First Auxiliary 1- Auxiliary The Second Auxiliary The first auxiliary for the future perfect form is usually “Will” but, sometime, we use “Be Going to ". Also, the auxiliary stays invariable. The second auxiliary for the future perfect form is always “have” and is also invariable.
By the time Christmas came, I will have finished my french book "Jeanne la Fille du Roy". 2- The Verb And now, we come to the most difficult part of the future perfect structure: the verb.
The verb in future perfect is in the past participle.
So, the final structure of the verb is:
First auxiliary + Second auxiliary + verb (past participle)
And from this came the future perfect. D: Example:
By the time I finish my homework, Handy will have eaten all my pizza. 3- The Past Participle The past participle is a really difficult form: Regular Verb
Most of regular verbs we add –en or -ed after the verb base form Froze = Frozen
Fall = fallen
Eat = eaten
Drive = Driven
Prove = Proven Also their is some verb that the base form changes + we add –en to it. Choose = Chosen
Hid = Hidden
Forget = Forgotten
Steal = Stolen
Wake = Woken Irregular verbs
With no rule (just need to memorize) Think = Thought
Wear = Worn
Sleep = Slept
Sit = Sat
Win = Won
Teach = Taught
Tell = Told None Changing Shut = Shut
Split = Split
Set = Set
Run = Run Examples:
- By the time I come home, my sister will have left.
- I will have took a nap by the end of the day .
- I read 40 pages a day. If I keep up the pace, I will have read the book by Tuesday. 3 uses of the future perfect The first use of this tense is to talk about future actions that will be finished before some specified point in the future. Use 1: Example:
By next November, I will have received my promotion
Will she have learned enough Chinese to communicate before she moves to Beijing? The second use is to show that something will continue up until another action in the future.
It’s like if I walk until I stop in front of a wall. Use 2: Example :
• I will have been in London for six months by the time I leave.
•By Monday, Susan is going to have had my book for a week The last use is to express conviction that something happened in the near past. Use 3 : Example:
• The train will have left by now. We have to look for another way to get there. (I'm sure the train has left)
•The guests will have arrived at the hotel by now. (I'm sure the guests have arrived at the hotel) http://www.englishpage.com/verbpage/futureperfect.html
http://www.englishtenseswithcartoons.com/tenses/future_perfect Website-Reference By the time the class ends, I finish the exam. WRONG!!! By the time the class ends, I will have finished the exam. By the time the bell rings, I will have eat my dinner.
By the time the bell rings, I will have eaten my dinner. WRONG!!! John will has asked Ana-Maria to come with him for the prom before someone asks her.
John will have asked Ana-Maria to come with him for the prom before someone asks her. WRONG!!! By the next December, I will have became beef.
By last week, I will have become beef. WRONG!!! TIME FOR A QUIZ!!!
2- Change the following for the NEGATIVE form.
a) I will have read the book before the exam.
b) I will have skied on the Mont Tremblant by next year 1- FILL THE BLANK
a) By the time I come home, my mom _______ (to cook) dinner
b) I _________ (to understand) the exercise
c) By the time you go home, you _________ (to forget) all of this.
d) I _________ (to do) my homework before the show starts.
e) By the time I arrive, the movie ________ (to end) HARD ONE FOR 3 POINTS :
3- Change the fallowing for the INTERROGATIVE form.
I will have left for Paris, when you come home.
By the time you get there, I will have bought the new Call Of Duty Modern Warfare 3.
a) Will have cooked
b) Will have understood
c) Will have forgotten
d) Will have done
e) Will have ended
a) I will not have read the book before the exam
b) I will not have skied on the Mont Tremblant by next year a) Will you have left for Paris when I come home ?
b) Will you have bought the new Call Of Duty Modern Warfare 3 by the time I get there ? (ANSWER) Finish = Finished
Play = Played
Participate = Participated
Plant = Planted
Visit = Visited