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    What tense is 'will be' past participle

    hello
    I have got confused with the tenses and can someone help please?
    Will be having - future continuous
    will have been - future perfect?
    will be supported - ? is it a future tense?
    thanks very much

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    Re: What tense is 'will be' past participle

    Will be having - future continuous (You'll see other terms like future progressive too)
    will have been - future perfect?
    will be supported - ? is it a future tense? It's the passive- the active is will support and the passive will be suppported.


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    Re: What tense is 'will be' past participle

    Thank you very much !

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