Future Perfect & Future Continuous

By 06 Jul 23:12
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FUTURE PERFECT SIMPLEWhat is Future Perfect Simple?
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Future perfect simple is used to talk about a future event that will finish before a specified time in the future.TRUEFALSE
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The FUTURE PERFECT TENSE indicates that an action will have been completed (finished or "perfected") at some point in the futureFALSETRUE
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Future perfect simple - formChoose the correct form(s)

a- will have + past participle
b- will have been + verb + ing
c- will ..... + have + past participle?
d- will .... + be + verb + ing?
e- will not (won't) have + past participle
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Which one is future perfect simple?By the end of this year I will have given the same talk at 6 conferences?

By the end of the month I'll have been working here for three years.
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Which is future perfect simple?In a week's time I'll have written the report.

I'll be working on the report all week.
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Future perfect simple or Future continuous?We usually start the test at 9:00 am on Mondays, but next week we'll have started / 'll be starting it at 9:15am because of expected power failure in the subway.
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What is Future Continuous?I'll be thinking of you in Turkey.

By the year 2020 it is estimated that that well over one billion people will be learning English.
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Future Continuous - FormChoose the correct option(s)

a- will .... be + verb + ing?
b- am/is/are about to + verb
c- will be + verb + ing
d- will not (won't) be + verb + ing

Slides in Future Perfect & Future Continuous

What is Future Perfect Simple?
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Choose the correct form(s) a- will have + past participle b- will have been + verb + ing c- will ..... + have + past participle? d- will .... + be + verb + ing? e- will not (won't) have + past participle
By the end of this year I will have given the same talk at 6 conferences? By the end of the month I'll have been working here for three years.
In a week's time I'll have written the report. I'll be working on the report all week.
We usually start the test at 9:00 am on Mondays, but next week we'll have started / 'll be starting it at 9:15am because of expected power failure in the subway.
I'll be thinking of you in Turkey. By the year 2020 it is estimated that that well over one billion people will be learning English.
Choose the correct option(s) a- will .... be + verb + ing? b- am/is/are about to + verb c- will be + verb + ing d- will not (won't) be + verb + ing
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