American English Class - will have

Rule of will have in American English Speaking Course



Rule of will have

1.      I/ You/ He/ She will have Action (III-rd).......
2.      I/ You/ He/ She won't have Action (III-rd).......
3.      Will I/ you/ he/ she have Action (III-rd)?
4.      "Wh" Question word + Will I/ you/ he/ she have Action (III-rd)?
5.      Won't I/ you/ he/ she have Action (III-rd)?

Rule of will have in American English Speaking Course

Example Sentences

Future Perfect Tense - Affirmative Sentences

I will have arrived.
You will have completed work.
He will have gotten a car.
You will  have smelt this.
You will have mistaken in your life.        
She will have kicked her matter.
He will have rung the bell.
They will have done their project.
I will have proven this is right.    
You will have gone to do. 
You will have driven the care.
She will have forbidden it.           
You will have fled from here.      
He will have kept it in freeze. 

Future Perfect Tense - Negative Sentences

I won't have arrived.
You won't have completed work.
He won't have gotten a car.        
You won't have smelt this.
You won't have mistaken in your life.   
She won't have kicked her matter.        
He won't have rung the bell.       
They won't have done their project.
I won't have proven this is right.
You won't have gone to do.        
You won't have driven the care.
She won't have forbidden it.       
You won't have fled from here.  
He won't have kept it in freeze. 

Future Perfect Tense - Interrogative Sentences

Will I have arrived?
Will you have completed work? 
Will he have gotten a car?           
Will you have smelt this? 
Will you have mistaken in your life?      
Will she have kicked her matter?           
Will you have rung the bell?        
Will he have done the project?  
Will you have proven this is right?         
Will you have gone to do?           
Will you have driven the care?   
Will you have forbidden it?         

Future Perfect Tense - "Wh" Questions

What will you have rung the bell?         
Who will have done the project?           
Who will have proven this is right?       
Where will you have gone to do?          
Why will you have driven the care?       
When will you have forbidden it?          
How will you have fled from here?        
How will he have kept it in freeze?        
Whose work will you have done?          
Whom will you have mitten?      
Which one book will you have bought?
What kind of product will he have created?   
How many work will you have done?    
How much milk will she have taken?   
  

Future Perfect Tense - Interrogative Negative Sentences

Won't I have arrived?
Won't you have completed work?         
Won't he have gotten a car?      
Won't you have smelt this?         
Won't you have mistaken in your life? 
Won't she have kicked her matter?      
Won't you have rung the bell?   
Won't he have done the project?          
Won't you have proven this is right?    
Won't you have gone to do?       
Won't you have driven the care?           
Won't you have forbidden it?
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