Future Perfect Continuous Tense in English and also With Urdu/Hindi examples

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Introduction about Future perfect Continuous Tense:

Now it’s turn for for Future perfect continuous tense. While i hope so that you have gone through all of those previous Lectures. Which are about forms of verbs and Basic introduction about Tenses and explanation about their other types with easiest possible understanding.

Now it’s time for a new tense. In this tense we’ll discuss about Future perfect continuous tense. We describe it as the tense is about an action that will already happened in future.

While as a helping verb we have to use Will have Been and Shall have been with the use of third form.

In Urdu/Hindi we say Raha hoga, Rahi ho gi, Rahay hn gay,

Now it's time for a new tense. In this tense we'll discuss about Future perfect continuous tense. We describe it as the tense is about an action that will already happened in future.

Examples:

  • By next year, I will have been studying English for ten years.
  • اگلے سال، میں دس سال سے انگریزی پڑھ رہا ہوں گا۔
    Aglay saal, main das saal se angrezi parh raha hoon ga.
  • By the time she retires, she will have been working as a teacher for thirty years.
  • جب وہ ریٹائر ہوگی، وہ تیس سال سے استاد کی حیثیت سے کام کر رہی ہوگی۔
    Jab woh retire hogi, woh tees saal se ustaad ki hesiyat se kaam kar rahi hogi.
  • By next week, they will have been living in the same house for five years.
  • اگلے ہفتے تک، وہ پانچ سال سے ایک ہی گھر میں رہ رہے ہوں گے۔
    Aglay hafte tak, woh paanch saal se ek hi ghar mein reh rahe honge.
  • By the end of the day, I will have been working on this project for twelve hours.
  • دن کے اختتام تک، میں اس پروجیکٹ پر بارہ گھنٹے کام کر رہا ہوں گا۔
    Din ke ikhtitam tak, main is project par barah ghante kaam kar raha hoon ga.

  • By tomorrow, they will have been traveling for twenty-four hours straight.
  • کل تک، وہ ایک دن مسلسل سفر کر رہے ہوں گے۔
    Kal tak, woh ek din musalsal safar kar rahe honge.

I hope you Understood the basic Concept for Future indefinite Tense.

Now Rule # 1 :

Will Have Been (Use of first Form):

In case of Singulars (He, She, It and Name ) We use will Have been as a helping verb in sentences along with the first form of the verb along with the addition of -ing.
Below i am going to use some examples to make to understand better.

Examples:

  • By next year, I will have been studying English for ten years.
  • اگلے سال، میں دس سال سے انگریزی پڑھ رہا ہوں گا۔
    Aglay saal, main das saal se angrezi parh raha hoon ga.

  • By the time she retires, she will have been working as a teacher for thirty years.
  • جب وہ ریٹائر ہوگی، وہ تیس سال سے استاد کی حیثیت سے کام کر رہی ہوگی۔
    Jab woh retire hogi, woh tees saal se ustaad ki hesiyat se kaam kar rahi hogi.

  • By next week, he will have been living in the same house for five years.
  • اگلے ہفتے تک، وہ پانچ سال سے ایک ہی گھر میں رہ رہا ہوگا۔
    Aglay hafte tak, woh paanch saal se ek hi ghar mein reh raha hoga.

  • By the end of the day, she will have been working on this project for twelve hours.
  • دن کے اختتام تک، وہ اس پروجیکٹ پر بارہ گھنٹے کام کر رہی ہوگی۔
    Din ke ikhtitam tak, woh is project par barah ghante kaam kar rahi hogi.

  • By tomorrow, he will have been traveling for twenty-four hours straight.
  • کل تک، وہ ایک دن مسلسل سفر کر رہا ہوگا۔
    Kal tak, woh ek din musalsal safar kar raha hoga.

Rule # 2:

Shall Have Been (With using of first form) :

In case of Plurals (I, We , you and they ) We use Shall Have Been as a helping verb in sentences along with the first form of the verb.
Below i am going to use some examples to make to understand better.

Examples:

  • By tomorrow evening, they will have been studying for their exams for five hours.
  • By the end of the week, we will have been working on this project for two months.
  • By next month, she will have been practicing the piano for ten years.
  • By this time next year, they will have been living in the city for a decade.
  • By the time you arrive, I will have been waiting for you for an hour.

Rule # 3 for Negative Sentences:

For negative sentences we Not straight after the helping verb (Will not have been or Shall not have been).
Below are the few examples to make you understand better.

Examples:

  • By next week, they Shall not have been studying for their exams for five hours.
  • By the end of the month, we Shall not have been working on this project for two months.
  • By next year, she will not have been practicing the piano for ten years.
  • By this time next month, they Shall not have been living in the city for a decade.
  • By the time you arrive, I Shall not have been waiting for you for an hour.

Rule # 3 for Interrogative Sentences:

Interrogative sentences are those sentences in which a question mark we see at the end of the sentence. So in these sentences Helping Verb (Will or Shall ) will be used in the beginning and have Been to be used after the singular or plural.

Below are the few examples to make you understand better.

Examples:

  • Shall they have been studying for their exams for five hours by next week?
  • Shall we have been working on this project for two months by the end of the month?
  • Will she have been practicing the piano for ten years by next year?
  • Shall they have been living in the city for a decade by this time next month?
  • Shall I have been waiting for you for an hour by the time you arrive?