The Future Tenses - Future Perfect Continuous - Structure, Usages and Teaching Ideas

 

The future perfect continuous tense is used to talk about how long an action had been taking place up until a certain point in the future. This episode covers the structure for positive, negative and interrogative sentences for this tense, as well as usages and teaching ideas.


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