Choose the best option.
Emma must attend a meeting tomorrow. The meeting starts at 3:30 p.m. and ends at 5:00 p.m.. After the meeting, Emma will go home.
At 5:20 p.m.,
The meeting will be in progress
Emma will be attending the meeting
Emma won't have left
Emma will have left.
At 5:10 p.m.,
the meeting will be going
the meeting won't have ended
Emma will be at the meeting
the meeting will have ended.
Emma will have gone home
the meeting will have ended
the meeting won't have started yet
the meeting will be in progress.
Melody's working day ends at six o'clock. At six-fifteen, she will have gone home.
— Will Mary be at the party by midnight? — No, she will have left by that time.
— Will you be having lunch at 2 pm? — No, we'll have finished by that time.
It will be raining in the afternoon, but it'll have stopped raining by five o'clock.
On the second of March, we'll have been married for one year.
On Friday, she'll have lived here for one month.