Future Perfect

Future Perfect Tense

We use Future Perfect Tense to say that something will already have happened before a certain time in the future.  Let's see the following examples :
  1. Real Madrid is going to play against Manchester City tonight. The match will start at 8 o'clock and end at 9.30. So, by the time we reach home at 10 o'clock the match will have finished.
  2. Tomorrow afternoon we're going to play badminton from 3 o'clock until 4 o'clock.  So at 4.30 tomorrow afternoon we will have played badminton.

Future Perfect Tense Exercise

In this exercise you have to use Future Perfect Tense based on the situation given. Example : John and Jack are going to watch the football match. The match begins at 4 o'clock. Now it's already 4.15. It will take 15 minutes to get there. The match ...............( start )...................... when they get there.
Your answer :  The match will have already started when they get there.
  1. Jack wasted his money so much that he has just had a few dollars left on his pocket.  He ..............( spend ) ..........before the end of the month.
  2. Dan came to Indonesia  on the first of July. Now It's the 15th of July.  He ...........( stay ) in Indonesia for a month by the end of this month.

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