El "future perfect" está compuesto por dos elementos:
el "simple future" del verbo "to have" (will have) + el "past participle" del verbo principal
|Sujeto||+ will have||+ "past participle" del verbo principal|
To arrive, "future perfect"
|I will have arrived||I won't have arrived||Will I have arrived?||Won't I have arrived?|
|You will have arrived||You won't have arrived||Will you have arrived?||Won't you have arrived?|
|He will have arrived||He won't have arrived||Will he have arrived?||Won't he have arrived?|
|We will have arrived||We won't have arrived||Will we have arrived?||Won't we have arrived?|
|They will have arrived||They won't have arrived||Will they have arrived?||Won't they have arrived?|
El "future perfect" se refiere a una acción que se completará en el futuro. Cuando empleamos este tiempo verbal, estamos proyectándonos hacia el futuro y echando la vista atrás, hacia una acción concluida en algún momento posterior al presente. La mayoría de las veces, se emplea con expresiones temporales.
- I will have been here for six months on June 23rd.
- By the time you read this I will have left.
- You will have finished your report by this time next week.
- Won't they have arrived by 5:00?
- Will you have eaten when I pick you up?