Fortunately, remembering the difference between these two tenses is simple. A future perfect action is one that will take place in the future. An action that will continue in the future is described as future continuous.

The Future Tense is used to express future time. For example: I will have a drink.

  • I will have a drink in the evening.

  • Future tense in its simplest form.
  • The present continuous tense is used to express the future.
  • The perfect tense of the future.
  • The perfect continuous tense of the future.

There are two parts to the future ideal. the past participle of the primary verb + the simple future of the verb "to have" (will have). Subject + will have + main verb's past participle

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