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    #1

    You will not have reached London by 10 o'clock.

    Hi,

    Are the following correct?

    You will not have reached London by 10 o'clock.
    I will not have eaten lunch by 1 o'clock.
    You will have passed your examination next Monday.

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    #2

    Re: You will not have reached London by 10 o'clock.

    All three are grammatically correct. Sentence 3 is logically unlikely because there are few situations where someone knows in advance that another person is going to pass an exam they haven't taken yet.
    I am not a teacher.

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