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Future Perfect Continuous Tense

Future Perfect Continuous Tense is used to express a continued or ongoing action that will commence at a fix time or in future and will continue for sometime in future. There will always be a continued time reference like – for a few days, for ten months, for 2 years, since Wednesday, since 2011, since January etc.

If there is no time reference, then it is not a Future perfect continuous tense. Without continued time reference, such sentences are Future Continuous Tense. Continued time reference only differentiates between Future Continuous Tense and Future Perfect Continuous Tense.

Future Perfect Continuous Tense bataataa hai kee kaarya yaa action kisee nishchit samay yaa bhavishya meiN aaraambh hogaa aur bhavishya ke diye huay samay tak lagaataar jaaree rahegaa. Isakee pahachaan hai – vaakya ke ant meiN ‘rahaa hogaa’, ‘rahee hogee’, ‘rahe honge’ kaa prayog hotaa hai. Parantu aise vaakyo meiN lagaataar samay kaa prayog jarooree hai. Agar vaakya meiN kaarya yaa action ek niyat samay se lagaataar jaaree rahe or vaakya ke ant meN ‘rahaa hogaa’, ‘rahee hogee’, ‘rahe honge’ ho, to vah Future Perfect Continuous Tense hai.

Agar lagaataar samay nahi diyaa huaa hai to vah vaakya Future Continuous Tense hai. Vaakya meiN lagaataar samay kaa prayog hee Future continuous and Future Perfect Continuous Tense meiN antar (difference) bataataa hai.

Future Perfect Continuous Tense - Positive

Future Perfect Continuous Tense - Positive
Type of Sentence Rule
Positive Subject + Will/Shall + Have been + Verb (Ist form) + Ing + Object + For/Since + Time + Remaining + (.)

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In Future Perfect Continuous Tense, helping verb 'Will/Shall Have Been' is used and 'Ing' is added with first form of Verb. For time 'Since or For' is used. Word “Since’ is used when time (9 O'clock, Sunday, Yesterday, 2012, etc) mentioned in the sentence is certain and ‘For’ is used when time (two hours, few weeks, 3 months, etc) mentioned in the sentence is not certain.

Future Perfect Continuous Tense meiN sahaayak kriyaa 'Will/Shall Have Been' kaa prayog hotaa hai aur verb kee first form ke saath 'Ing' joDaa jaataa hai. Vaakya meiN diye huay time ke liye 'Since yaa For' kaa prayog hotaa hai. Agar time nishchit hai to ‘Since’ kaa prayog karate hai aur agar time anishchit hai to ‘For’ kaa prayog karate hai.

Future Perfect Continuous Tense - Positive MaiN shaam se hockey khel rahaa hoonga.
Person Subject Will/Shall Have + Been + Verb(Ist Form) + Ing + Object Since / For Time + Remaining
Ist person I shall have been playing hockey since evening
Ist Person -Plural We shall have been playing hockey since evening
2nd Person You Will have been playing hockey since evening
3rd Person -Singular He/She/It/Ram Will have been playing hockey since evening
3rd Person -Plural They/boys Will have been playing hockey since evening

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Future Perfect Continuous Tense - Negative

Future Perfect Continuous Tense - Negative
Type of Sentence Rule
Negative Subject + Will/Shall + Not + Have been + Verb (Ist form) + Ing + Object + For/Since + Time + Remaining + (.)

In Negative sentence of Future Perfect Continuous Tense, 'Not' is added beteen 'Will/Shall' and 'Have'.

Future Perfect Continuous Tense ke nakaaraatmak vaakyo meiN 'Not' ko 'Will/Shall' aur 'Have' ke beech meiN lagaate hai.

Future Perfect Continuous Tense - Negative Vah do saal se Delhi meiN nahee rah rahaa hogaa.
Person Subject Will/Shall Not + Have + Been + Verb(Ist Form) + Ing + Object Since / For Time + Remaining
Ist person I shall not have been living in Delhi for two years.
Ist Person -Plural We shall not have been living in Delhi for two years.
2nd Person You Will not have been living in Delhi for two years.
3rd Person -Singular He/She/It/Ram Will not have been living in Delhi for two years.
3rd Person -Plural They/boys Will not have been living in Delhi for two years.



Vaakya Sentence
Rohit 2004 se Ruby ko patra likh rahaa hogaa. Rohit will have been writing letters to Ruby since 2004.
Rubi bhee tabhee se usake patro ko kudedaan meiN phenk rahee hogee. Ruby will also have been throwing his letters in dustbin since then.
Ruby letter paDh bhee nahee rahee hogee. Ruby will not be reading letter also.
Sweety us college may teen saal se paDhaa rahee hogee. Sweety will have been teaching in that college for three years.
Rajan january se badminton nahee khel rahaa hogaa. Rajan will not have been playing badminton since January.
Madhu teen hafte se bijalee daftar ke chakkar lagaa rahee hogee. Madhu will have been going to electricity office for three weeks.
Ladake Hema ke ird gird do ghanTe se manDraa rahe honge. Boys will have been hovering around Hema for two hours.

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