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Verb Tenses: Future Perfect Continuous FUTURE PERFECT CONTINUOUS Future Perfect Continuous: Form This form is composed of two elements: the future perfect of the verb to be (will have been) + the present participle of the main verb (base+ing): Subject We will have been will have been base+ing living Affirmative I Negative I Interrogative Will Interrogative negative Won't I have been working? I have been working? won't have been working will have been working Example: to live, Future Perfect Continuous Affirmative I'll have been living You'll have been living He'll have been living We'll have been living You'll have been living They'll have been living Negative I won't have been living You won't have been living He won't have been living We won't have been living You won't have been living They won't have been living Interrogative Will I have been living? Will you have been living? Will she have been living? Will we have been living? Will you have been living? Will they have been living? Future Perfect Continuous: Function Like the future perfect simple, this form is used to project ourselves forward in time and to look back. It refers to events or actions in a time between now and some future time, that may be unfinished. Examples:    I will have been waiting here for three hours by six o'clock. By 2001 I will have been living here for sixteen years. By the time I finish this course, I will have been learning English for twenty years.  Next year I will have been working here for four years.