Future Perfect Progressive ~ Verb Form

This post will show you how to form the Future Perfect Progressive. To see how to use the Future Perfect Progressive, click here.

 

Affirmative Statements

Subject + Will Have Already Been Verb + ing Future Time Expression
I’ll have already been waiting for an hour by the time they arrive.
You’ll have been working for hours when she starts.
She’ll/He’ll/It’ll have been traveling for three months
We’ll have already been studying for hours by dinner time.
They’ll/You’ll (plural) have already been driving by next June.

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Negative Statements

Future Time Expression Subject Still Will Not (won’t) Have Been Verb + ing
By the time I am 30, I   won’t have been working here for ten years.
When I get home, you   won’t have been studying for too long.
In five years’ time she/he/it still won’t have been doing anything with her life.
By 4:00 am, we still won’t have been sleeping.
By next June, they/you (plural) won’t have been traveling anymore.
     

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Wh- Questions

Wh- word Will Subject Have Been Verb + ing Future Time Expression
What will I have been doing by the time I turn 40?
Who will you have been waiting for?
Where will she/he/it have been living by next year?
Why will you have been sleeping all day?
How will we have been surviving for so long?

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Yes/No Questions

Will Subject Have Been Verb + ing Future Time Expression
Will I have been working for hours by the time she gets home?
Will you have been speaking English for a long time before you move to Melbourne?
Will she/he/it have been traveling for a long time when you come back?
Will we have been everything before we leave?
Will they/you (plural) have been exercising all day?

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Short Answers

Yes Subject Will Have   No Subject Will Not (Won’t) Have
Yes, I will have.   No, I won’t have.
Yes, you will have.   No, you won’t have.
Yes, she/he/it will have.   No, he won’t have.
Yes, we will have.   No, we won’t have.
Yes, they will have.   No, they’re not. won’t have.

 

Monika ~Colombia

Colombia_Grunge_Flag_by_think0Conocí a Kameyo por medio de la amiga de una amiga de un amigo, etc… Ella es una persona muy profesional que te enseña, te guía, te corrige y además se convierte en tu amiga.

He tomado clases con Kameyo desde el verano pasado y he notado que mi inglés ha mejorado en todos los aspectos: gramática, pronunciación y escucha. Tienes la ventaja de tomar clases en diferentes horarios, los días que tú quieras y las horas que tú quieras.

La clase es muy amena y te evalúa para saber que tanto has avanzado. Además de su página web y otros sitios en internet recomendados por Kameyo, ella te ofrece diferentes libros en los cuales puedes aprender vocabulario, gramática y realizar ejercicios que te ayudan en el aprendizaje del idioma.

Kameyo es queridísima persona, graciosa, respetuosa y muy profesional!

La recomiendo muchísimo 🙂

Gracias Kameyo,

Monika.

Future Perfect – Verb Form

This post will show you how to form the Future Perfect. To see how to use the Future Perfect, click here.

 

Affirmative Statements

Subject Will/Be Going To Have Already Past Participle Future Time Expression
I will/am going to have had two children by the time I am 30.
You will/are going to have already made dinner when I get home.
She/He/It will/is going to have seen most of Asia in five years’ time.
We will/are going to have already finished our homework by dinner time.
They/You (plural) will/are going to have saved enough money for a new car by next June.

 

 

Negative Statements

We don’t usually contract will not to won’t, you should use the full form with this verb tense.

Future Time Expression Subject Still Will Not/Be Not Going To Have Past Participle
By the time I am 30, I   will not/am not going to have had any children.
When I get home, you   will not/are not going to have made dinner.
In five years’ time she/he/it still will not/is not going to have seen most of Asia
By dinner time, we still will not/are not going to have finished our homework.
By next June, they/you (plural) will not/are not going to have saved enough money for a new car.
     

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Information Questions

Wh- word Will Subject Have Past Participle Future Time Expression
What will I have accomplished in three years’ time?
Who will you have worked with?
Where will she/he/it have traveled by next year?
When will we have talked?
How will we have done

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Yes/No Questions

Will Subject Have Past Participle Future Time Expression
Will I have done my homework by the time he comes?
Will you have perfected your English by the time you return from Vancouver?
Will she/he/it have bought a new house in five years’ time?
Will we have seen everything before we leave?

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Short Answers

Yes Subject Will Have No Subject Will Not (Won’t) Have
Yes, I will have. No, I won’t have.
Yes, you will have. No, you won’t have.
Yes, she/he/it will have. No, he won’t have.
Yes, we will have. No, we won’t have.
Yes, they will have. No, they won’t have.

 

Future Perfect – Meaning and Use

future_perfect GraphicThis post will show you how to use the Future Perfect. To see how to form the Future Perfect, click here.

We use Will or Be Going To to talk about an event that will be completed some time in the future.

A future time expression is usually stated or implied, often with by, and it can go at the beginning or end of the sentence with no difference in meaning.

 

The Future Perfect with will:

  • I will have studied hard for the test.
  • He’s going to have done the dishes by the time we finish eating.
  • Why won’t she have finished the project by next week?
  • In ten years, robots will have become more common.
  • After a few years in Europe, she will have tried many different foods.
  • Will he have learned enough Italian before he moves to Italy?

 

The Future Perfect with be going to:

  • I am going to have studied hard for the test.
  • By the time we finish eating, he’s going to have done the dishes.
  • Why will she have gotten paid earlier than usual?
  • By next March, it isn’t going to have warmed up
  • Is he going to have bought a new car by the time he graduates?
  • She is going to have had that book past its due date if she doesn’t return it tomorrow.

Yu ~Japan

japanese_flag-t2Kameyo Melina. She is the best tutor in Van!!!
-楽しい
-分かりやすい
-信頼できる

私の大好きなチューター、そして友達です!!

学生から高キャリアの人、バンクーバーには英語の個人レッスンを開いている人があふれていて、誰もが似た料金設定をしています。
私は4人のチューターと6人ほどのESLの先生を体験しましたが、ずっと続けたいと思ったのが
Kameyoのレッスンです。
レッスンの内容は自分の苦手分野や伸ばしたいところなど、相談して決めます。
彼女の英語はとてもキレイで聞き取り易く、ネイティブならではの実用的なフレーズからビジネス英語と幅広く教えてくれます。レッスンを重ねるにつれ、自分の英語がレベルアップしていることが実感できるでしょう。
レッスン以外でもつながることを大切にしてくれて、私たちがバンクーバー生活をたくさん楽しむためにも、色々なイベントに参加する機会を作ってくれたり、時には悩み相談にのってくれたりと、本当に優しく温かい、そして面白いお姉ちゃんのような存在です。

短期留学やワーホリでバンクーバーに来た人、これから行く人には、
その限られた期間を是非充実したものにして欲しいと思います。
そのためには何を選ぶか、誰を信じるかがとても重要になってくると思います。
興味のある方は是非1度、Kameyoに会ってみて下さい。
何倍もバンクーバー生活が刺激的で楽しいものになりますよ♫

Do vs Make

Do:Make

Do and make are two verbs that frequently confuse students.

We usually use the verb do when someone performs an action, activity, task or work. These activities do not usually produce something new:

  • I did the laundry today.
  • Do the dishes after dinner, please.
  • Have you done your homework yet?
  • Do your work!
  • She does her job well.

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We also use do for things in general:

  • What are you doing today?
  • He does nothing all day.
  • She does everything for her daughter.
  • Hurry up, I’ve got things to do.
  • I know you will do the right thing.

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Some expressions with do:

  • do a crossword
  • do a favor / favour
  • do a job
  • do a project
  • do a service
  • do an assignment
  • do anything
  • do badly
  • do business
  • do chores
  • do exercise
  • do good
  • do harm
  • do the laundry
  • do nothing
  • do research
  • do right (the right thing)
  • do something
  • do the gardening
  • do the housework
  • do the rest
  • do the shopping
  • do well
  • do work
  • do wrong (the wrong thing)
  • do your best
  • do your job
  • do your work

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We usually use the verb make for building and creating. These activities usually produce something new.

We use make with food, drink and meals:

  • I’m making a cake for his birthday.
  • He makes a cup of tea every morning.
  • Who is making dinner tonight?

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Make is also used to indicate the origin of a product or the materials that are used to make something:

  • His wedding ring is made of gold.
  • The house was made of wood.
  • Wine is made from grapes.
  • The watches were made in Switzerland.

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We also use make for producing an action or reaction:

  • Onions make your eyes water.
  • You make me happy.
  • Watching tv makes me sleepy.

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You use make after certain nouns about plans and decisions:

  • He made the arrangements last week.
  • She has made her choice.
  • Can you please make a decision?
  • I haven’t made the reservations yet.

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We use make with nouns about speaking and certain sounds:

  • Making comments about people isn’t very nice.
  • Don’t make a noise, you might wake the baby.
  • She made a speech at the wedding.
  • Can I make a suggestion?

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Some important expressions with make:

  • make a difference
  • make an effort
  • make an enquiry
  • make an excuse
  • make a fool of yourself
  • make a fortune
  • make fun of someone
  • make friends
  • make a fuss
  •  make love
  • make a mess
  • make a mistake
  • make money
  • make a move
  • make a painting
  • make a payment
  • make a phone call
  • make a point
  • make a profit
  • make a promise
  • make time

Nadia ~Ukraine

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Kameyo – одна из лучших учителей, с которыми мне доводилось учить Английский язык. Это единственный человек рядом с которым я заговорила. А речь, как ни крути, самое важное, когда приезжаешь в другую страну. На наших занятиях мы очень много уделяем времени живой речи, произношению и словарному запасу. мне не приходится зубрить слова наизусть, занятия проходят таким образом, что слова просто проникают в меня и становятся частью моей жизни. другая часть наших занятий – грамматика. согласитесь, достаточно слжная часть. Kameyo умеет объяснять ее так, что кажется, легче английской грамматики и не придумаешь. отдельное спасибо хочу ей сказать за фразовые глаголы. я их не только употребляю в речи, но и понимаю.
вообщем, всем кто действительно хочет знать английский язык и в совершенстве им владеть я хочу порекомендовать своего учителя – Kameyo!!!!

Bolivia ~México

Recomiendo mucho a Kameyo Melina como profesora de inglés.BanderaMexicana

Empecé a tomar clases con Kameyo hace tres años y medio por dos horas cada semana y he avanzado muchísimo en el inglés; en la gramática, en la pronunciación y en el uso de expresiones. Cuando empecé con las clases pensé en estudiar solamente durante mi cuatrimestre en la universidad, pero me quedaron muchas ganas de seguir estudiando con ella. Lo que me encanta de ella es que siempre recuerda tus dudas o tus errores y pone énfasis en corregir eso. Es excelente como profesora y como persona. Es my profesional y además de inglés, con ella he aprendido mucho sobre la cultura de Canadá.

Kameyo maneja muy bien la gramática y puede responder todas tus preguntas. También te puede recomendar muy buenos libros, ligas y materiales que te ayudan mucho a practicar. Además, es muy agradable, muy paciente y siempre está de buen humor.
He tomado clases con varios profesores y realmente me he dado cuenta de que Kameyo es la mejor.

Bolivia

María ~México

BanderaMexicanaMi encuentro con Kameyo Melina como maestra de Ingles por mas de un año fue de lo mejor,una buena decision que hizo mi estancia en Vancouver muy agradable y enriquecedora y que me dio la oportunidad de conocer y enamorarme mas de Canada.

La clase se conformaba de dos partes, una practica gramatical y otra conversacional donde Kameyo Melina preparaba la clase y domina los temas muy bien ademas que conocia bastante acerca de mi cultura mexicana, lo que hacia muy divertido mi aprendizaje y lo disfrutaba mucho.

Es una maestra de Ingles excelente y muy profesional, sobretodo como persona es muy simpatica, respetuosa y calida en su trato.

Es una EXTRAORDINARIA maestra totalmente recomendable.

Agradezco a Kameyo Melina por esta maravillosa experiencia!!!!

Muchas Gracias!!!!!
María