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文法跟讀 In-Tense #016: 未來完成進行式 Future Perfect Continuous Tense

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2019-07-20
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Welcome to 15mins.today the home of English Shadowing. I'm your host Gavin and this is InTense Episode 16, and today we'll be looking at the last tense out of all the 12 tenses. And it's the future perfect continuous which is a very difficult tense as there are so many things to do to put into a sentence with it.   And now, why do we use it? Well, we use it for things that will finish sometime in the future something like, “He will have been living in Taipei for 16 years on Monday.” Okay so on Monday, the 16 years will happen and by Tuesday the 17 years will carry on, so that's how we recognize it “will be” “have been” plus “ing.” Don't forget that if it is American it will be the future perfect progressive tense and as I said it is something that's in the future it will finish now let's start with our examples.     Will Jane have been sending emails for three years next month? Yes. she will have been sending emails for three years next month. Will Jane have been sending emails for three years next month? No. she will not have been sending emails for three years next month.   Will the conference have been finishing on time for five years tomorrow? Yes. it will have been finishing on time for 5 years tomorrow. Will the conference have been finishing on time for five years tomorrow? No. it will not have been finishing on time for 5 years tomorrow.   Will Peter have been completing the report for 2 months next week? Yes. he will have been completing the report for 2 months next week. Will Peter have been completing the report for 2 months next week? No. he will not have been completing the report for 2 months next week.   Will John and Jane have been booking tickets for 3 years tomorrow? Yes. they will have been bookings tickets for 3 years tomorrow. Will John and Jane have been booking tickets for 3 years tomorrow? No. they will not have been booking tickets for 3 years tomorrow.   Will you have been visiting museums for 10 years next week? Yes. I will have been visiting museums for 10 years next week. Will you have been visiting museums for 10 years next week? No. I will not have been visiting museums for 10 years next week.   Will Jeff have been rebooting computers for 20 years next week? Yes. he will have been rebooting computers for 20 years next week. Will Jeff have been rebooting computers for 20 years next week? No. he will not have been rebooting computers for 20 years next week.   Will Anna have been backing up files for 2 weeks on Friday? Yes. she will have been backing up files for 2 weeks on Friday. Will Anna have been backing up files for 2 weeks on Friday? No. she will not have been backing up files for 2 weeks on Friday.   Will you have been updating drivers for 35 years tomorrow? Yes. I will have been updating drivers for 35 years tomorrow. Will you have been updating drivers for 35 years tomorrow? No. I will not have been updating drivers for 35 years tomorrow.   Will Peter have been giving presentations for 48 years this Tuesday? Yes. he will have been giving presentations for 48 years this Tuesday. Will Peter have been giving presentations for 48 years this Tuesday? No. he will not have been giving presentations for 48 years this Tuesday.   Well guys as you can hear it's a very difficult tense with all things to try to remember. We use it, as you can see, to commemorate something to say something like,”I have been doing this for 35 years this coming Friday!” You know it's a milestone in your life and that's what we use it to mostly to either show that we have really reached a milestone in our lives or to exaggerate something that we've done so much that we have a great amount of experience doing.   So if you are doing an interview.”I have been doing this job for 25 years this coming week, so you can trust me.” Just try and remember to put the “will have been i n g.” Great guys, keep listening. keep repeating and catch you next time, bye!   更多跟讀練習單元,就在http://www.15mins.today   用email訂閱就可以收到所有15mins.Today最新節目通知。

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