Future Perfect Continuous
Purpose: Describing something that starts BEFORE a future point in time AND will also be ongoing at that future point in time
Active voice: I’ve been here for nine years. By this time next year, I will have been working here for 10 years.
Pronunciation: will have been working = will’uv bin working
Passive voice: There is NO PASSIVE VOICE for any perfect continuous.
Future perfect vs future perfect continuous
Experience vs time
I have worked at three different companies in this industry. If I get this new job, I will have worked for 4 different companies in this industry.
- Present perfect (have worked) and future perfect (will have worked) deal with experiences.
I have been working at Company X for three years. If I stay here for one more year, I will have been working here for four years.
- Present perfect continuous (have been working) and future perfect continuous (will have been working) deal with time.