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Future Tense

A Verb that refers to the future time is said to be in the Future Tense. lt has four forms:-

(A) The Future Indefinite. --- lt is used to denote a single act that has still to take place; as,

1. I shall go to Karachi tomorrow.

2. He will take the examination in April, 1976.

(B) The Future Continuous. ---- It is used to represent an action that will keep going on, at some time in the future; as

He will be taking a bath in the morning.

(C) The Future Perfect Tense. ---- It is used to denote an action that will be completed at some point in the Future; as,

l shall have returned from school before the clock strikes four.

(D) The Future Perfect Continuous. ---- lt is used to denote an action as going on continuously (JM) , but not completed in the Future; as,

1. l shall have been saving a rupee a day since July 1.

2. I shall have been saving a rupee a day for two years.

This Tense is seldom used, But whenever it is used like every other Perfect Continuous Tense, the Prepositions since and for are used to denote(t/}U)a point of time and a period of time respectively.

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