Future Perfect Tense Worksheet

Future Perfect Tense is used to talk about actions that will be completed by a certain time in the future, an action which will take place before another event happens and to express conviction that something happened in the near past.

Structure: Will + Have + Past Participle Form of Verb

( Sometimes we use ‘shall’ instead of ‘will’, especially if the subject is ‘I’ and ‘We’)

Exercise:

  1. I _________________ my work by then. (finish)
  2. By the month end, I ___________________ here for six years. (work)
  3. You _______________ a letter to me. (write)
  4. By tomorrow morning, he _______________ for Tokyo. (leave)
  5. The guests ________________ at the party by now. (arrive)
  6. Ram ______________ history chapters by now. (read)
  7. I _________________ all my songs before your arrival. (sing)
  8. Jessie _________________ rural villages before she enters the city. (travel)
  9. Bob _______________ to the library before he enters the examination hall. (go)
  10. They ________________ the music show before the cricket game. (enjoy)
  11. She _______________ the dinner before we arrive at home. (cook)
  12. The flowers _______________ by then. (bloom)
  13. Jenny __________________ by ten o’clock. (eat)
  14. The programme _________________ by the time we arrive. (begin)
  15. Jerry __________________ asleep by the time his parents arrive. (fall)

Answers:

  1. I will/shall have finished my work by then. (finish)
  2. By the month end, I will/shall have worked here for six years. (work)
  3. You will have written a letter to me. (write)
  4. By tomorrow morning, he will have left for Tokyo. (leave)
  5. The guests will have arrived at the party by now. (arrive)
  6. Ram will have read history chapters by now. (read)
  7. I will/shall have sung all my songs before your arrival. (sing)
  8. Jessie will have travelled rural villages before she enters the city. (travel)
  9. Bob will have gone to the library before he enters the examination hall. (go)
  10. They will have enjoyed the music show before the cricket game. (enjoy)
  11. She will have cooked the dinner before we arrive at home. (cook)
  12. The flowers will have bloomed by then. (bloom)
  13. Jenny will have eaten by ten o’clock. (eat)
  14. The programme will have begun by the time we arrive. (begin)
  15. Jerry will have fallen asleep by the time his parents arrive. (fall)

Published by Priya Prakash

In the midst of winter, i found there was within me an invincible summer ~ Albert Camus

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