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Futuro perfecto continuo

Construcción: will + have + been + verbo + ing

Verbo ejemplar: bring

I will have been bringing  We will have been bringing
You will have been bringingYou (guys) will have been bringing
He/she/it will have been bringing  They will have been bringing
1. 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.
  • She will have been living in Moscow for eight years by next January.
  • They will have been studying Japanese for a whole semester within one month.
  • Harrison and Jane will have been working in the industry for nearly three years when the lay-off finally happens.
  • These guys will have been chatting through the entire lesson by the time we finish.
2. Se utiliza el futuro perfecto continuo para demostrar la causa y el efecto de una acción antes de otra acción relacionada en el futuro.
  • Louis will be exhausted when she gets back because she will have been working all day.
  • Jose’s English will have improved a lot when he gets back from England because he will have been living there for five months.
  • The motorbike will be broken when we get it because it will have been sitting outside for six months with no maintenance.
3. El futuro perfecto continuo también se puede sustituir con el ‘be + going + to + have + been + gerund’, que es completamente intercambiable con la forma estándar.

Construcción: ‘am/is/are + going + to + have + verb + verb + -ing’.

  • Matthew is going to have been working on that issue for over five hours by the time we return.
  • She is going to have been practising law for six twenty-five years by this December.
  • Robert will be angry when he returns from holiday because his boss is going to have been stacking up more work for him to do.

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