Term: Future Perfect Progressive (Future Perfect Continuous)

Definition:

The future perfect progressive is used used for actions that will be unfinished, but have reached a certain stage:

This time next month, I'll have been living here for three years.

 

Some books use the term Future Perfect Progressive, and others use Future Perfect Continous.

Formation:

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