Usage examples Future perfect passive
By what time will the pizza have been delivered?
By what time will the article have been published?
By what time will the president have been elected?
By what time will the breakfast have been served?
What will have been achieved by the end of the year?
What will have been done by the end of the week?
What will have been finished by eleven o'clock?
His homework will not have been done by four pm.
The problem will not have been solved by tomorrow.
The fire will not have been extinguished by noon.
The stadium construction will have been finished by July.
The entrance will have been closed by midnight.
The invitations will have been sent by Tuesday.
The house will have been painted by Monday.
A venue for the concert will have been chosen by next week.
The restaurant will have been opened by June.
The breakfast will have been served by eight am.
The performance won't have been finished when he comes.
The dinner will have been cooked by seven pm.
The palace will have been renovated by new year.
The book will not have been finished by next month.
The room for you will have been booked by two o'clock.
The apartment will have been cleaned by noon.
The article will have been finished by tomorrow.
The letters will have been sent by five o'clock.
The lesson will not have been finished before you arrive.
Your car won't have been repaired by tomorrow morning.
His bike won't have been found by the evening.
My house will not have been renovated by next month.
The market will not have been opened by noon.
The deal will not have been closed by next week.
The house will not have been sold by May.
The lunch won't have been cooked by one o'clock.
The money won't have been reimbursed by tomorrow.
Will a place for the party have been chosen by next week?
Will the dinner have been served by six pm?
Will the car have been sold by next month?
Will the parcel have been delivered by four pm?
Will the hall have been decorated before the performance starts?
Will the job have been finished by Monday?
Will the roof have been repaired by Wednesday?
Will the windows have been cleaned by twelve o'clock?
The theatre will have been opened by December.