Sentences in Future Perfect Continuous Tense is a section that provides sentences with the Future Perfect Continuous tense.
In this section, you will find 60 sentences examples of affirmative sentences, negative sentences, and interrogative sentences in the Future Perfect Continuous Tense.
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Future Perfect Continuous Affirmative Sentences
- I will have been working in this company for 5 years next week.
- By next month, they will have been hiding the truth for 2 years.
- By next week, we will have been making the same bread for a year.
- You will have been giving out free food for 3 years next Monday.
- By 5 p.m, we will have been going for 12 hours.
- Janet will have been running through 50 states next week.
- Ford will have been telling scary stories for 3 months next Tuesday.
- The teacher will have been teaching us for 2 years tomorrow.
- Our parents will have been buying us gifts for a year.
- The duck will have been living in our house for 10 years next month.
- By 1st March, we will have been driving this car for 5 years.
- By 2024, I will have been moving around the country for 2 years.
- The group will have been bringing joy to kids for 5 years next June.
- By Monday, the two teams will have been fighting each other for 7 years.
- By 2020, the satellite will have been observing Mars for 20 years.
- You will have been faking your disease for 5 years next week.
- They will have been fighting for their right for 10 years next month.
- The victim will have been searching for a chance to prove his innocence for 10 years next Sunday.
- We will have been buying old items for 3 years.
- By 20th February, I will have been making the best bread in the town for 2 years.
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Future Perfect Continuous Negative Sentence
- I won’t have been acting like this for 2 years for nothing.
- Josh won’t have been practicing long enough to pass the test.
- They won’t have been learning for 2 years at 6 a.m tomorrow.
- The kid won’t have been going with their class when our parents come this weekend.
- We won’t have been talking with each other for 5 years next week.
- You won’t have been writing this letter for a year next month.
- They‘ll not have been staying here for even a month this Winter.
- Sarah won’t have been making sushi for very long.
- Sam won’t have been drinking wine for 2 years next month.
- Juliet won’t have been learning enough skills to enter the trial round.
- Mark won’t have been taking this spot for a year before he goes to another company.
- The worker won’t have been working long enough for retirement.
- My neighbor won’t have been earning any money for 6 months.
- They won’t have been playing basketball for 3 hours.
- The manager won’t have been watching the factory for 5 hours.
- Our daughter won’t have been listening to music for 10 hours.
- Linda won’t have been washing her pants for a month.
- I won’t have been using the toilet since 10 a.m.
- Grandpa won’t have been sitting on the couch for 3 hours.
- We won’t have been doing the same things for 5 hours.
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Future Perfect Continuous Interrogative Sentence
- What will you have been doing for 5 years?
- What will the group have been making since 2015?
- When will the cast have been attending for 5 hours?
- When will Linda have been practicing for 4 hours?
- What will the organization have been searching for 4 years?
- When will David have been giving stuff for 10 hours?
- Where will they have been working for 6 years?
- Where will your brother have been staying before he goes to university in September?
- How long will the crow have been staying on the wires?
- Where will we have been watching for 10 years?
- Why will I have been staring at the vase for 3 hours?
- Why will the dog have been chasing the red dot for an hour?
- How long will the bird have been living in this nest?
- How long will the group have been investigating the case?
- Who will have been training for the show?
- Will they have been dancing for an hour?
- Who will have been watching the bikes?
- Who will have been running around the house for 3 hours?
- Will I have been giving this stuff for 4 years next week?
- Will we have been staying in this house for 10 years next month?
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