Ejemplos de uso 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.