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Future Perfect Tense  

 

From the action of Future Perfect Tense, it is understood that a business will be finished by a specified time in the future.

 

Example:-

I shall have read.

You will have slept.

Ram will have written.

He will have gone

Identification of Future Perfect Tense:- In Hindi sentence, at the end of which verb  chukunga/ chukenge / chukega /  chuka rhega,chuki rhegi that sentence is translated in Future Perfect Tense.

 

Examples:-

I Shall have eaten.

Rule of making Affirmative Sentence:- To make a positive sentence, we will first use the subject. After that will use Will. After that will use Have. After that v3 is used.

We will use [ Will Have ] with First Person Singular Subject [ i ] and [ Will Have ] with First Person Plural Subject [ we ].

We will use [ Will Have ] with Second Person Singular Subject [ You ] and [ Will Have ] with Second Person Plural Subject [ You ].

We will use [ Wil Have ] with Third Person Singular Subject [He, She, It, Ram] and [ Will Have ] with Third Person Plural Subject [They, The Boy ].

Affirmative Sentence Structure:-

 

Subject +Will+Have +v3.

We will have gone.

I will have met you. 

He will have eaten. 

They will have played.

I will have read. 

You will have eaten. 

You will have slept

You will have eaten. 

He will have gone.

He will have talked.

They will have eaten.

They will have all slept.

He will have gone. 

Mohan will have talked. 

You will have gone home.

He will have taken breakfast. 

Aman will have eaten food. 

The patient will have died before the doctor comes.

She will have gone before you come. 

You will have learned your lesson. 

Deepak will have sung a song. 

Rules for making Negative Sentences:- To make a negative sentence, we will first use Subject. After that will use Will. After that will use Not. After that will use Have. After that v3 is used.

Negative Sentence Structure:-


Subject +Will+Not+Have +v3.

He will not have eaten

I will not have worked till ten o’clock.

The patient will not have died before the doctor comes. 

Your children will not have slept. 

I will not have eaten. 

They will not have eaten the food.

I will not have done this work. 

I will not have readen. 

Seema will not sing a song.

They will not have done this work.

Nitu will not have eaten.

They will not have eaten. 

They will not have Played. 

You will not have played.

Rule of making Interrogative Sentence:- Will first be used to make interrogative sentences. After that, we will use Subject. After that will use Have. After that, I will use v3.

Interrogative Sentence Structure:-

Will+Subject+Have +v3.

Will you have read it?

Will he have gone?

Will he have finished this work?

Will you have learned a lesson?

Will you have eaten?

Will you have gone?

Will lata have sung a song?

Will you have gone?

Will you have learned your lesson?

Will he have read?

Will I have done this work?

Will I have gone to Delhi?

Will Gita have played?

Will your children have slept?


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