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  1. Newbie
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    Question will + perfect passive

    Please, do you know when I find explanation regardings "will + perfect passive"?

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    Re: will + perfect passive

    Welcome, abruno6.

    It's called the future perfect passive. For example,

    Passive: My homework will have been finished by dinner time.
    Active: I will have finished my homework by dinner time.

    There's an explanation here, future perfect verbs english grammar.

    Does that help?

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