Mother: __________________________ (Who…take…airport?)
Julia: Mike. I’ve already arranged it with him.
Mother: __________________________ (When … arrive …Vienna?)
Julia: If nothing happens, at 8.30. I’ll phone you as soon as I come to the hotel.
Mother: __________________________ (What hotel …stay?)
Julia: ‘The Ritz’. It’s a very good hotel.
Mother: __________________________ (Where… have…meals?)
Julia: I’ll have breakfast at the hotel, lunch in the office and dinner at a restaurant.
Mother: __________________________ (Who … have dinner?)
Julia: With the Managing Director’s secretary. He is a very nice person.
Mother: __________________________ (How many people?)
Julia: Only two of us.
Mother: __________________________ ( Alone?)
Julia: Mum, I’m 26 already. Don’t you think it’s high time for me to arrange my private affairs myself?
Formation: shall /will + have + Past Participle
e.g. We will(shall) have finished doing these exercises by 3 o’clock. Will you have finished the translation of the text too? – No, we won’t have finished.
Future Perfect is used:
1. For an action which will be finished before a stated future time,
e.g. The mailman will have delivered all the newspapers by 8 o'clock.
FUTURE PERFECT CONTINUOUS
Formation: shall /will + have been + Present Participle
e.g. Lora is so slow! By 5 o’clock she will have been hovering the flat for 3 hours! – Will she have been hovering the flat for 6 hours when the Blacks come? – No, she won’t have been hovering it for so long because I will help her as soon as I’m free.
Future Perfect Continuous is used:
2. To emphasize the duration of an action up to a certain time in the future.
e.g. By the end of next month, Mrs. Graham will have been teaching for twenty years.
3. Future Perfect and Future Perfect Continuous are used with the following time expressions:
before by by then by the time until/till
· Until/till are only used in negative sentences.
a) She will have finished the report by tomorrow. (NOT: ... till tomorrow.)
b) She won't have completed the report until/ till 5 o'clock.
· After the time expressions by the time, until, before, Present Simple is used because these expressions introduce time clauses. Future Perfect and Future Perfect Continuous may come either before or after the time clause.
· Study the following examples:
a) I won't have finished cleaning the house until you come back.
b) By the time they reach York, they will have been travelling for four hours.
**TASK 60. Choose between Future Perfect and Future Perfect Continuous forms.
**TASK 61. Choose the right future form to fill in the gaps.
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