This is almost the end of my series about verb tenses in English. You can click here to see all the other posts in the series, but for now, let's have a look at the future perfect! This tense is mostly used to imagine a future moment and then look back to an earlier time.
Can you find and correct the grammar and vocabulary errors?
1. I’m maths teacher.
2. I saw my friend yesterday. We hadn’t seen for a long time.
3. I was loving all subjects at school.
4. I listen to music to be relaxed.
5. The problem is that not always I have time.
6. Look new words in the dictionary to find out what they mean.
7. I want to know new people.
8. I can’t go the party because I’ve to work.
Some time ago, I did a series of posts about the different verb tenses in English and I thought it was now time to finish it off. You can click here to see the rest of the series so far. To learn more about simple future tenses, click here.
And now, let's look at the future continuous! As with all the other continuous tenses, the future continuous has the idea of an action that will be in progress, or continuing for some time, at a certain point in the future.
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