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SPOKEN ENGLISH DAY-44(8-5-2016)
Tenses Day 21
We have observed the usage of Future Perfect Tense
Today let's see how to use Future Perfect Continuous tense
3.4 FUTURE PERFECT CONTINUOUS TENSE
Definition: It is used to express a continued or ongoing action that will start in future and is thought to be continued till sometime in future.
(Remember, an ongoing action in future which will continue till some time in future).
since 2017 since August 2017 for 3 years ...........
A) It tells that action will start at a particular time in future.
“My son will have been studying in this school since 2020”,
It means that he will start studying in this school in 2020and will study in this school till sometime in future.
B) It is normally used with a time expression beginning with 'by'
By the end of this year he will have been working here for ten years.
Note: In this tense time reference is the future.
Structure of sentence.
Subject + will have been + V1ing + object + time reference
1. I will have been waiting for him for one hour.
2. She will have been playing football since 2018.
3. I will have been living in America since 2019.
4.We will have been driving 6 hours by the time we get there.
Subject + will not have been + V1ing + object + Time reference
1. By 2020 I will not have been living in London for sixteen years.
2. When I finish this course, I will not have been learning English for twenty years.
3. By Next year I will not have been working here for four years.
4.We will not have been driving 6 hours by the time we get home
Will + Subject + have been + V1ing + object + time reference?
Interrogative sentence starts with auxiliary verb “will” and auxiliary verb “have been” is used after subject in sentence.
1. Will I have been waiting for him for one hour?
2. Will he have been attending the concert for two hours by then?
4. Will they have been listening to the class for 3 hours by then?
5. Will she have been working in this office since 2018?
Prepositions are words normally placed before nouns or pronouns.
They express a relation of the noun/pronoun to other word or clause:
To acquire better expression in English we need to know the usage of each preposition.
Today let us observe
Preposition of Time:
A) It is used to indicate specific date, day of the week or a special day.
1. I will visit my grandparents on Monday.
2. India gained independence on 15th August 1947.
In - is used with month, year, part of a day, seasons, certain period of time.
1) Gandhiji was born in 1869.
2) We conduct a special camp for children in summer.
3) I shall go there in an hour.
At - indicates exact time / certain point of time/ for night/ for weekend.
1) She got married at the age of 16.
2) The Taj Mahal looks beautiful at night
3) We would paint the house at the weekend.