Future Perfect Tense

Future Perfect Tense is used to express an action which, the speaker assumes, will have completed or occurred in the future. It gives a sense of completion of a task that will happen in the future.

e.g. The patient will have recovered from illness by the next month.

This tense is also sometimes used to express completion of an action in future before another activity happens.

e.g. She will have learnt the Chinese before she moves to China.

Structure of Sentence:

Main Verb: Past participle (3rd form of a verb) 
Auxiliary verbs: Will have”


  Subject + Auxiliary verb + Main verb + Object
  Subject + Will have + Past participle (3rd form of verb) + Object

He will have completed his project by Saturday.
They will have enjoyed party.
She will have bought a new laptop.
I will have taken my breakfast.
The kids will have played football in the school.
He will have finished his task.
He will have taken admission in the college.
You will have completed you report.
She will have started a new job.
He will have taken the test.


  Subject + Auxiliary verb + Main verb + Object
  Subject + Will NOT have + Past participle + Object

He will not have reached his home.
She will not have come here.
They will not have written application for leave.
You will not have enjoyed the gathering.
She will not have brought her papers.
The boys will not have eaten their food.
They will not have seen us.
He will not have received the letter.
She will not have applied for the post.
We will not have gone to our home.

Note: The short form of 'will not' is 'won't'. Therefore, the negative sentences can also be written with 'won't have' instead of 'will not have'. See the following example:

He will not have received the letter.
He won't have received the letter.


  Will + Subject + Have + Past participle + Object

Will they have helped his friend?
Will he have made a plan for his studies?
Will she have gone to America?
Will they have completed their work easily?
Will you have written me a letter?
Will he have taken admission in a school?
Will she have started her journey?
Will they have constructed a new home?
Will they have announced the result of the test?
Will she have participated in the song competition?

Will they have bought a new car?
Will he have written a poem?
Will she have reached her home?
Will she have brought some vegetables?