Examples of
Future Perfect Progressive Tense


The following examples of Future Perfect Progressive tense will help you understand and use this tense properly and naturally.

Examples of English Tenses

Before reading through, make sure you are familiar with the usage and rules of this tense – visit the Future Perfect Progressive page.

Note: the Future Perfect Progressive verbs are italics.

And now, let the examples begin!

Future Perfect Progressive Tense Example Sentences

An action that will continue up until some time in the future:

He will have been driving for an hour by the time he gets home.

In November, we will have been living in Spain for eleven years.

In December, I will have been working here for two years.

By the end of the day, he will have carried ninety bags of potatoes on his back.

Tony will be tired when he gets here because he will have been exercising for four hours.

Even though she will have been dancing the whole night, Monica will still look very fresh.

How long will you have been studying when you get your degree?

You will have been waiting for over two hours when the train finally arrives.

They will be tired when they get home because they will have been working late.

They will win that contest because they will have been practicing for months.



The above examples are here to help you understand and use this tense properly and naturally.

You should also get familiar with its usage and rules – visit the Future Perfect Progressive page to help you with that.

For exercises visit the Future Perfect Progressive Exercises.


Check out the other tenses:

Simple Present

Simple Past

Simple Future

Present Progressive


Past Progressive


Future Progressive


Present Perfect


Past Perfect


Future Perfect


Present Perfect Progressive


Past Perfect Progressive


Future Perfect Progressive

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