Future Perfect Tense
The future perfect is used to talk about an action that will be finished before something else happens in the future. It’s made by using will + have + the past participle. Look for key words which suggest the action is in the future, such as later, tomorrow, next week and next year.
I promise I will have this finished by the end of today.
Hopefully, the prospectors will have found gold before winter comes.
Will you have shaken that cold by next week, do you think?
We will have eaten all the food by the time he arrives.
Remember to check for irregular past participles.
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