What is the future prefect from of " He has a wonderful pen"?
He will have a wonderful pen.
"He has a wonderful pen" is a simple present tense. So " He will have a wonderful pen" is a simple future tense. The class teacher of my son has converted it as " He will have had a wonderful pen". It is not correct?
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