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ELC-15th Day - PandrahavaaN Din

15th Day - Today we shall learn about Future Perfect Tense. Sentences expressing action which will happen/occur in future and will be completed in future, come under Future Perfect Tense.

Future Perfect Tense - Positive

It is used to express an action which will happen/occur in future and will be completed by a certain time of future or by the end/completion of some action in future.
e.g. She will have gone by 9 pm. They will have shifted the house by Sunday morning. She will have completed her post graduation by next year

In the examples, action of going, shifting & are happening in future and it would be completed by a certain time of future itself. Future Perfect tense talks about an action of future which will happen or occur or be completed in future.

Future Perfect Tense vaakya ke ant meiN ‘chukaa hogaa’, ‘chukee hogee’, ‘chuke honge’ ‘diyaa hogaa’ aadi kaa prayog hotaa hai. Isakaa prayog aise kaaryoN ko vyakt karane hetu kiyaa jaataa hai jo bhavishya meiN kisee nishchit samay yaa kisee anya kriyaa ke sampann hone tak poorN ho jaayenge. Yah bataataa hai kee action bhavishya meiN ghaTit hogaa aur bhavshaya meiN hee complete ho jaayegaa.
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Future Perfect Tense - Positive

Future Perfect Tense - Positive
Type of Sentence Rule
Positive Subject + Will/Shall + Have + Verb (3rd form) + Object + (.)

In Future Perfect Tense helping verb 'Will/Shall' and 3rd Form of Verb are used to form the sentence.

Future Perfect Tense meiN helping verb 'Will/Shall' ke saath verb kee 3rd form kaa prayog hotaa hai.

Future Perfect Tense - Positive MaiN tab tak novel samaapt kar chukaa hoonga.
Person Subject Will/Shall Have + Verb (3rd Form) Object
Ist person I shall have finished the novel by then.
Ist Person -Plural We shall have finished the novel by then.
2nd Person You will have finished the novel by then.
3rd Person -Singular He/She/It/Ram will have finished the novel by then.
3rd Person -Plural They/boys will have finished the novel by then.

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Sentence Vaakya
She will have gone to Agra to see Tajmahal. Vah Taj Mahal dekhane Agra jaa chukee hogee.
The order of her transfer will have come by June. Usake transfer order (sthanantran aadesh) June tak aa chuke honge.
Prashant will have slept by now. Prashant ab tak so chukaa hogaa.
Avyan will have taken his bath by now. Avyan ab tak nahaa chukaa hogaa.
Sweety will have reached home by now. Ab tak Sweety ghar pahunch chukee hogee.

Future Perfect Tense - Negative

Future Perfect Tense - Negative
Type of Sentence Rule
Negative Subject + Will/Shall + Not + Have + Verb (3rd form) + Object + (.)

In negative sentence of Future Perfect Tense, 'Not' is added between 'Will/Shall' & 'Have'. 3rd Form of Verb comes after 'Will/Shall Not Have'.

Future Perfect Tense ke nakaaraatmak vaakya meiN 'Not' ko 'Will/Shall' aur 'Have' ke beech meiN lagaate hai. 'Will/Shall not have' ke baad 'Verb(3rd form)' lagaate hai.

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Future Perfect Tense - Negative Tum agale ek ghanTe meiN samundra taT se upar uD chuke honge.
Person Subject Will/Shall Not + Have + Verb (3rd Form) Object
Ist person I Shall not have flied above sea level in next one hour.
Ist Person -Plural We shall not have flied above sea level in next one hour.
2nd Person You will not have flied above sea level in next one hour.
3rd Person -Singular He/She/It/Ram will not have flied above sea level in next one hour.
3rd Person -Plural They/boys will not have flied above sea level in next one hour.



Sentence Vaakya
Raju will not have gone to College. Raju college nahee gayaa hogaa.
The order of her transfer will not have come by June. Usake transfer order (sthanantran aadesh) June tak nahee aa chuke honge.
90% people will not have taken their meal by now 90% logo ne ab tak apanaa khaanaa nahee khaayaa hogaa.
Avyan will not have read this book by now. Avyan ab tak yah pustak nahee paDh chukaa hogaa.
Sleena will not have boarded the train by this time. Sleena is samay tak train meiN nahee chaDh chukee hogee.

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