Can You Pass This Future Perfect Tense? Trivia Quiz!

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Can you pass this future perfect tense? In our English classes, we got to know how to write about the events that will happen in the near future. We have also done a lot of practice tests, and below is another one of them. Do give it a try and get to see just how much you know about future perfect tense. All the best!


Questions and Answers
  • 1. 

    Bobby … on the non-profit organization for six month next week.

    • A.

      will have been being

    • B.

      will have been be

    Correct Answer
    A. will have been being
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "will have been being". This is the correct form of the future perfect continuous tense, which is used to describe an action that will be ongoing in the future and will have started before a specific point in the future. In this case, Bobby will have been working on the non-profit organization for six months by next week.

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  • 2. 

    Your children … paintball in my back yard for more than two hours by the time you pick them up.

    • A.

      will have been playing

    • B.

      will have been being playing

    Correct Answer
    A. will have been playing
    Explanation
    This question is testing the future perfect continuous tense. The sentence is describing an action that will be ongoing in the future before another action takes place. "Will have been playing" is the correct form of the verb to fit this sentence structure. The other option, "will have been being playing," is grammatically incorrect.

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  • 3. 

    The construction workers … for more than 90 minutes when the bell ring.

    • A.

      wouldn't have been sleeping

    • B.

      won't have been sleeping

    Correct Answer
    B. won't have been sleeping
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "won't have been sleeping." This is because the phrase "when the bell rings" indicates a future event, and the use of "won't have been" suggests that the construction workers will not have been sleeping at that time.

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  • 4. 

    How long … in France when her parents visit her?

    • A.

      will she have been studying

    • B.

      she will have been studying

    Correct Answer
    A. will she have been studying
    Explanation
    This question is asking about the duration of studying in France when her parents visit her. The correct answer "will she have been studying" is in the future perfect continuous tense, indicating an ongoing action that will be completed at a specific point in the future. This suggests that the person will still be studying when her parents visit her in France.

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  • 5. 

    He … his old car for six hours by the time it breaks down.

    • A.

      will have been being driven

    • B.

      will have been driving

    Correct Answer
    B. will have been driving
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "will have been driving". This is because the sentence is referring to a future event (the car breaking down) that will happen after a continuous action (driving the car). The use of "will have been driving" indicates that the person will be in the process of driving the car for a certain duration of time before it breaks down.

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  • 6. 

    You … here for three months when you can ask for a pay raise.

    • A.

      would have been working

    • B.

      will have been working

    Correct Answer
    B. will have been working
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "will have been working". This is because the phrase "will have been working" is used to express a future action that will be completed before a specific point in the future. In this case, it suggests that after three months, the person will have been working and can then ask for a pay raise. The phrase "would have been working" is used to express a hypothetical situation in the past, which does not fit the context of the sentence.

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  • 7. 

    … their researches by the end of this semester?

    • A.

      Will all the students have been completing

    • B.

      Will have been all the students completing

    Correct Answer
    A. Will all the students have been completing
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "Will all the students have been completing." This is the correct sentence structure to ask if all the students will have finished their researches by the end of the semester. The use of "will have been completing" indicates that the action of completing the researches will be ongoing up until the end of the semester.

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  • 8. 

    Your friend will be angry since he … so long.

    • A.

      would have been waiting

    • B.

      will have been waiting

    Correct Answer
    B. will have been waiting
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "will have been waiting". This is because the phrase "will have been waiting" is in the future perfect continuous tense, which is used to talk about an action that will be ongoing in the future. In this case, it suggests that your friend has been waiting for a long time and will continue to wait in the future.

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  • 9. 

     He … the business for two years by the end of next April.

    • A.

      will have been running

    • B.

      will has been running

    Correct Answer
    A. will have been running
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "will have been running." This is because the sentence is in future perfect continuous tense, which is used to talk about an action that will be ongoing in the future up until a specific point in time. In this case, the action of running the business will continue for two years and will still be ongoing by the end of next April.

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  • 10. 

    I … here for over a week tomorrow.

    • A.

      will have not been staying

    • B.

      will not have been staying

    Correct Answer
    A. will have not been staying
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "will not have been staying." This is because the sentence is in the future perfect continuous tense, indicating an action that will be ongoing in the future. The structure "will not have been staying" correctly conveys the idea that the person will not have been staying at that location for over a week by tomorrow.

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