Ejemplos de uso Future Perfect Continuous

  • Will they have been dating for five years by September?

  • Will she have been studying here for a year by May?

  • Will he have been working here for a month by next week?

  • Will you have been studying philosophy for ten years by then?

  • Will your mother have been living in London for three years by that time?

  • Will his girlfriend have been studying abroad for six months by then?

  • Will I have been working here long enough to get a promotion?

  • Will she have been working there long enough to retire?

  • Will your sister have been seeing that guy for ten years by December?

  • Will you have been renovating your apartment for five months by tomorrow?

  • Will he have been teaching French for thirteen years by new year?

  • Will they have been living there for eight years by next month?

  • Will we have been studying this issue long enough to make a conclusion?

  • How long will you have been living here by new year?

  • How long will she have been studying here before she graduates?

  • How long will he have been studying Spanish before he graduates?

  • How long will we have been dating by October?

  • How long will they have been living in London before they go to Paris?

  • How long will she have been staying in New York before she goes back to Moscow?

  • How long will he have been driving before he reaches Michigan?

  • How long will you have been living in this apartment before you move out?

  • I will have been driving for three days before I get to Rome.

  • By January I will have been running my company for two years.

  • By noon I will have been waiting for him for two hours.

  • By new year he will have been playing football for four years.

  • By September she will have been dancing professionally for ten years.

  • I'll have been working as a lawyer for two years by August.

  • He'll have been studying English for fifteen years when he finishes this course.

  • She'll have been studying Spanish for three years when she graduates.

  • By 2020 they'll have been living in China for twelve years.

  • Will he have not been calling you for a month by tomorrow?

  • Will you have not been talking to your mother for two months by next week?

  • Will he have not been dating Lisa for two years by November?

  • Will she have not been working as a coach for five years by then?

  • Will she have not been living with her parents for four years by then?

  • He'll have been working as a surgeon for twenty years by January.

  • We'll have been renovating our house for a year by June.

  • By two o'clock they'll have been discussing this problem for five hours.

  • You'll have been waiting for three hours when her plane arrives.

  • She'll have been teaching in the university for seven years by next month.

  • How long will she have been renting this room when she buys her own flat?

  • How long will you have been running your business next year?

  • How long will she have been studying French before she goes to Canada?

  • How long will you have been dancing professionally when you take part in the concert?

  • How long will she have been doing athletics when she goes to the Olympic games?

  • I'll not have been driving for five years by December.

  • He'll not have been playing basketball professionally for a year by next month.

  • We'll not have been travelling for two years by March.

  • I'll not have been seeing Mary for a year by February.

  • You'll not have been dating James for hundred years by next year.

  • He'll not have been living with his parents for fifteen years by April.

  • She'll not have been living in the centre for several months by new year.

  • I'll not have been travelling for five years by July.

  • She'll not have been studying here for a year by May.

  • By next month I'll not have been calling my friend for a year.

  • I'll have been living abroad for ten years by July.

  • Will you have been dancing long enough to take part in the contest?

  • She will not have been staying even a month before she moves out.

  • I'll not have been living here for six years by June.

  • She'll not have been teaching English for a year by May.

  • He'll not have been practising yoga for two years by next week.

  • They'll not have been living next to us for five months by November.

  • You'll not have been living with your husband for half a year by next week.

  • By October he will not have been working long enough to go on holiday.

  • By next week I will not have been studying there for a month.

  • By next year he will not have been working as a lawyer for ten years.

  • She will not have been dancing very long by the time we get to the theatre.

  • This summer they will not have been living here even for a year.

  • I will not have been running enough to try participating in a marathon this year.

  • She'll have been living in New Zealand for three years when she finishes the course.

  • By the time he gets home he'll have been running for an hour.

  • When I come home she'll have been cleaning the flat for three hours.

  • I'll be exhausted because I'll have been exercising for two hours by noon.

  • I will not have been working here long enough to get a promotion by new year.

  • She will not have been working here enough to get any benefits by next month.

  • In three months we will not have been dating for a year.

  • Will I have not been working here for a year by next month?

  • By six o'clock she'll have been waiting for her train for eleven hours.

  • Will I have not been seeing Mark for eight months by next week?

  • Will she have been playing volleyball professionally for seven years by then?

  • By 2020 you will not have been working long enough to retire.

  • He will have been flying for five hours before he gets to London.

  • In a month she will not have been living here for five years.

  • Next week I will not have been working here for six months.

  • How long will he have been training before the next game?

  • How long will you have been working as a psychologist when you have your own clinic?

  • Will she have not been living here for five years by then?

  • Will he have not been teaching Japanese for two years by that time?

  • Will you have not been playing football for nine years by January?

  • Kate will have been studying for six years here by March.

  • By noon she will have been running for two hours.

  • By midnight I will have been singing for an hour.

  • By Sunday they will have been repairing my car for five days.

  • By Monday they will have been painting my house for eight days.

  • We will have been flying for ten hours before we get to New York.

  • She will have been driving for two days before she gets to Chicago.

  • By next week I will have been working here for five years.

  • By next month he will have been living in Moscow for three years.