Grammar Tips (문법팁): Future Perfect Tense

Do you know how to use the future perfect tense properly? If not, check this post and find out.

Source: Writing Explained

According to Grammarly, the formula for the future perfect tense is: will have + past participle. The formula is constant for both singular and plural subjects.

We use the future perfect tense to talk about an action that will be completed before some other point or action in the future.

For example:

  • I promise I’ll have done all the work by next Saturday.

In this sentence, the future perfect indicates that all the work will be done before Saturday comes. It may be on Thursday, Friday, or any other day, but definitely before Saturday.

Source: Pixabay

Note that in the future perfect tense, we do not know when exactly an action will be finished, but we certainly know that it will be completed before some other point or action in the future.

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