A04 - Unit 1 - Future Perfect and Future Perfect Progressive

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Future Perfect and Future Perfect Progressive:

Future Perfect and Future Perfect Progressive Extreme Races 2 Focus on Grammar 4 Part II, Unit 6 By Ruth Luman, Gabriele Steiner, and BJ Wells Copyright © 2006. Pearson Education, Inc. All rights reserved.


Use Use the future perfect to talk about a future action that will already be completed by a certain time in the future. past now future By the start of the race , athletes will have spent a lot of money. At the end of the day ,racers will have consumed 6,000 calories. Athletes spend a lot of money on equipment, clothing, and entry fees. Racers need to constantly replenish the energy they are expending.

Form 1:

Form 1 Use will/won’t + have + past participle to form the future perfect. Contestants a dream. Some racers the course. They dehydration. will won’t will have have have fulfilled finished endured

Future Perfect Progressive 1:

past now future Future Perfect Progressive 1 Use the future perfect progressive to talk about an action that will be in progress at a certain time in the future. By her first Ironman race By her first Ironman race , she will have been running for three years. began running will enter race three years

Future Perfect Progressive 2:

past now future Future Perfect Progressive 2 In the future perfect progressive , the action may start sometime in the future or it may have already started. By the time the team begins paddling By the time the team begins paddling , they will have been trekking for 18 hours straight. will begin trekking will begin paddling 18 hours

Form 2:

Form 2 Use will / won’t + have been + base form + -ing to form the future perfect progressive. She for three years. Some racers very long. Riders all day. will won’t will have have have been been been running training eating

Time Clauses:

When the race starts , millions of spectators will have lined up . Time Clauses Use the future perfect or future perfect progressive with the simple present to show the relationship between two future events. When the race starts future now past simple present future perfect First, millions of spectators line up. Then the race starts.

Practice 1:

Practice 1 Look at the checklist. Use future perfect and future perfect progressive to say what Ann will have done by the start of the race. Fill water bottles Collect race number Check equipment Pack energy bars Warm up / 45 min. Attend briefing Train / 6 months Example: She will have collected her race number. She will have checked her equipment. She will have packed energy bars. She will have been warming up for 45 minutes. She will have been training for 6 months. She will have attended a briefing. She will have filled her water bottles .

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