Usage examples Fut. Cont. vs. Fut. Perf. Cont.

  • I will not have been smoking for six months in October.

  • Take some water, you'll be feeling thirsty after the workout.

  • They will have been waiting for four hours when her plane finally arrives.

  • Will the coach be training the team long enough to see the results in a month?

  • I will be waiting for Mary at the airport.

  • Will they be joining us?

  • I will not have been learning Spanish long enough before I take this exam.

  • I will have been waiting here for two hours by five o'clock.

  • By New Year Anna will be skiing like a professional.

  • How will she be travelling?

  • When I finish this course, I will have been learning English for fifteen years.

  • We will have been talking for three hours by the time Tom comes back.

  • Why will it be snowing next weekend?

  • When I arrive at the party, everyone will be dancing.

  • How long will Emily have been studying philosophy by the conference?

  • Don't wait for me, I'll be studying at the library tonight.

  • Next Monday you will be working in our new office.

  • When I come home, Jerry will be watching football as always.

  • Where will Ann have been staying before she moves in in July?

  • How long will they have been waiting before the train departs?

  • By then, we will not have been studying at the university for three years.

  • Will you be bringing your friends to the pub tonight?

  • Jack won't be waiting for you when your train arrives.

  • This time next week I will be sunbathing in Thailand.

  • Will I be sleeping on the sofa?

  • When you go back home, you'll be missing the sea.

  • Anna won't be missing this cold when she goes to Italy.

  • This summer they will not have been living here for two years.

  • Alice will have been working in Google for three years by next month.

  • Will they have been waiting a long time for us?

  • Tomorrow at five am we will still be driving.

  • Will I have been exercising enough to lose weight by my wedding?

  • Will you be cooking dinner for the guests?

  • Where will Jack be working next year?

  • What will you be doing this time in a month?

  • How long will you have been living here by the end of the year?

  • Anna will not have been working a year here before she goes on maternity leave.

  • Will the baby have been sleeping for four hours by midnight?

  • Erick won't be skating at seven am tomorrow.

  • What will they be wearing at the party?

  • I will have been working out for two hours by noon.

  • At that point, will Beth have been living in France for five years?

  • Elizabeth will be teaching at the university for a year next week.

  • Camila will be very tired when she gets home, she will have been jogging for an hour.

  • What will the professor have been teaching by mid-term exams?

  • You will have been working here for ten years tomorrow, you deserve this promotion!

  • I will not be staying in this hotel next week.