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Futuro perfecto continuo

Futuro perfecto continuo construcción: will/shall + have + been + verbo + –ing.

Verbo ejemplar: to view

I will have been viewing   We will have been viewing
You will have been viewing You (guys) will have been viewing
He/she/it will have been viewing   They will have been viewing

El futuro perfecto continuo se usa para hablar sobre una acción que continuará sucediendo hasta un tiempo específico en el futuro

(La acción que se produce debe detenerse antes de otra acción en el futuro utilizando una referencia al tiempo).

  • will have been living in London for two years by next December. 
  • She will have been studying Spanish for an entire year when her new former teacher comes back. 
  • They will have been working for the company for nearly ten years when the layoff occurs. 
  • Those students shall have been chatting for the entire lesson by the time they finish. 

Se utiliza el futuro perfecto continuo para demostrar la causa y el efecto de una acción antes de otra acción relacionada en el futuro

  • George will be exhausted when he gets home because he will have been working all day.
  • Isabel’s English will have improved so much when she returns from England because she will have been living there for three years.
  • The car will be all dusty when we get it as it will have been sitting in the garage for six months.

El futuro perfecto continuo también se puede sustituir con la forma ‘be + going + to + have + been + gerundio’, que es completamente intercambiable con la forma estándar

Construcción: ‘am/is/are + going + to + have + been + gerundio’.

  • She is going to have been working on that project for over five hours by the time we get back.
  • They are going to have been playing football all day by the time they finish.
  • Henry will be furious when he gets back because his children will have been arguing amongst themselves.
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