Future perfect exercises

Various online exercises to practise the future perfect tense — form and use.

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To make the future perfect tense we use the auxiliary verb “will have” and the past participle of the main verb (its third form). Regular verbs form the past participle by adding -ed at the end. Irregular verbs have their unique past participle. The future perfect shows that the action will be completed by a certain moment in the future. The exercises on this page will help you better understand and remember the future perfect tense — how it is formed and when it is used. We recommend to read the explanation first and then proceed to the exercises.