ENglish - VinglisH!

Dear Students,
English Section in the exam is a section where some students score very well but others even fail to clear cut-off. Learning Grammar is really essential to score good marks. But, what happens is that students from various boards where lesser attention is paid on English language fail to apply grammar during the examination even if they know the rules. 

So, conclusion is that practicing in some interesting way so that the things remain intact in your mind is important. Keeping this in mind, we have launched this series of "ENglish - VinglisH". We have discussed some basic sentence errors and use of some basic words in English. Also, we learnt about the basic categorization of Tenses. Now, we will proceed with detailed explanation of every type of tense - one in a day.

This is the 22nd post of ENglish - VinglisH. Hope you people like it.

So, lets start now!!

TENSES are that part of grammar which drastically changes the meaning of a sentences. Tenses play a vital role in Communication otherwise you can do blunders like describing an event which happened in past as an event of future.

Today we will discuss about Future Perfect Continuous Tense.

Future Perfect Continuous Tense

The Future Perfect Continuous tense is like the Future Perfect tense, but it expresses longer actions or states extending up to some specific event or time in the future. 

1. When I finish this course, I will have been learning English for twenty years.
2. Next year I will have been working here for four years.
3. She will have been playing football since 2015.

Future Perfect Continuous has two different forms: "will have been doing " and "be going to have been doing." Unlike Simple Future forms, Future Perfect Continuous forms are usually interchangeable.

Identification from Hindi Sentences:

फ्यूचर पर्फेक्ट कंटिन्युअस टेन्स बताता है की कार्य या एक्शन किसी निश्चित समय या भविष्य में आरम्भ होगा और भविष्य के दिये हुए समय तक लगातार जारी रहेगा । इसकी पहचान है – वाक्य के अंत में 'रहा होगा', 'रही होगी', 'रहे होंगे' का प्रयोग होता है । परंतु ऐसे वाक्यों में लगातार समय का प्रयोग जरूरी है ।

Ex - 
1. मैं तीन घंटे चलता रहा होऊंगा – I will have been walking for three hours.
2. रोहित 2004 से रूबी को पत्र लिख रहा होगा । - Rohit will have been writing letter to Ruby since 2004.
3. मधु तीन हफ़्ते से बिजली दफ्तर के चक्कर लगा रही होगी । - Madhu will have been going to electricity office for three weeks.

Use of Verb:

An auxiliary verb “will have been” is used in sentence. 1st form of verb (base verb) +ing (present participle) is used as main verb in sentence. “Since” or “for” is used before the “time reference” in sentence.

In every form of Tense, there are four types of sentences:

1. Positive/ Affirmative Sentence (simple statement is used)
2. Negative Sentence (no, not is used)
3. Interrogative Sentence (Question is asked)
4. Interrogative - Negative Sentence (Question is asked with no, or not)

Subject + will have been + (1st form of verb or base verb + ing) + object + time reference

Tomorrow we will discuss "Verb" in Detail.

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