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Futuro Perfecto

Construcción: will/shall + have + participio pasado (spoken, worked, told etc.)

Verbo ejemplar: speak
I will have spoken  We will have spoken
You will have spokenYou (guys) will have spoken
He/she/it will have spoken  They will have spoken
Se usa el Futuro Perfecto para decir que una acción será terminada en un tiempo específico en el futuro.
  • By 2025 I will have travelled to South Korea.
  • She will have left her Spain to go abroad by next semester.
  • By next month my colleague will have received his promotion.
  • When she finishes her test she’ll have obtained her driving licence.
Se usa el Futuro Perfecto Continuo para hablar sobre algo que continuará hasta otra acción en el futuro.
  • We will have been here for eight months when Thomas next week.
  • They shall have been with their business for a decade by next fall.
  • Susana will have lived in Barcelona or six months by next March when her friend arrives.
Se puede emplear la forma ‘be going to’ + have + participio pasado’ como sustituto para la forma ‘will + have + participio’ como un tiempo Futuro Perfecto.
  • She is going to have been in Oviedo, Spain for eight years by next January.
  • I am going to have learned three foreign languages if I continue my studying.

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