Future Perfect Continuous Tense
The future perfect progressive emphasized the duration of an activity that will be in progress before another time event in future.
I’ll to bed at 10:00 p.m. He will get home at midnight. At midnight I will be sleeping. I will have sleeping for two hours by the time he gets home.
· It will have been raining since morning.
· Boys will have been reading for a long time.
· He will have been looking down upon the poor.
· They will have been doing their work for two hours.
· The birds will have been twittering since morning.
· He will have been winding the watch.
· She will have been buying sweets.
· They will not have been wasting their time.
· He will not have been suffering from typhoid fever.
· The girls will have not been studying till late at night.
· You will not have been going to school regularly.
· The girls will not have been singing songs for two hours.
· We shall not have been listening story since evening.
· The girls will not have been skipping for a long time.
· The poet will not have been reciting the poem for two hours.
· Will they have been befooling you for four months?
· Will she have been singing sweet songs?
· Will he have been taking medicine regularly?
· Will he have been solving sums for an hour?
· Will they have been searching for their sons?
· Will the Policeman have been pursuing the thief?
· Will the juggler have been playing on a flute?