Future Perfect Continuous Tense

The future perfect continuous tense is used to describe an ongoing action or event that will continue up until a certain point in the future. This tense is formed using "will have been" followed by the present participle (-ing) form of the verb.

Here's an example:

"In five year's time, I will have been living in this city for a decade."

It means that at a specific point in the future, which is five years from now, the speaker will have been living in the city for ten years. The speaker is talking about a situation that started in the past and will continue until a specific time in the future.


Subject + (will have been) + present participle (verb + ing form)

I/You/We/They + will have been + working

He/She + will have been + working

I/You/We/They + will have been + studying

He/She + will have been + studying


To talk about the duration of an ongoing action that will continue up until a specific point in the future:

1) In six month's time, I will have been studying English for two years.

2) By the end of the week, they will have been working on the project for three months.

3) I will have been working for 8 hours by the time I finish this project..


PositiveNegative"Yes/No" Question
I will have been workingI won't have been workingWill i have been working?
We will have been workingWe won't have been workingWill we have been working?
You will have been workingYou won't have been workingWill you have been working?
He will have been workingHe won't have been workingWill he have been working?
She will have been workingShe won't have been workingWill she have been working?
They will have been workingThey won't have been workingWill they have been working?