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Meaning of "I'd give my right arm if... | Present perfect: have visited
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English future tenses #1 (permalink) Sat Mar 18, 2006 15:25 pm   English future tenses
 

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ESL/EFL Test #118 "Passive Tense Forms", question 4

There's no question that they ......... delighted when they see her tomorrow.

(a) have been
(b) will be
(c) had been
(d) will have been

English Language Proficiency Tests, Advanced Level

ESL/EFL Test #118 "Passive Tense Forms", answer 4

There's no question that they will be delighted when they see her tomorrow.

Correct answer: (b) will be
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what is the future perfect tense use for?

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English future tenses #2 (permalink) Sat Mar 18, 2006 18:05 pm   English future tenses
 

Hello Kim Anh,

The tense in this sentence is called Simple Future - the perfect future tense is something else. I think it's best if you read the story Alan has written on the Future Tenses and then we can talk more.

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English future tenses #3 (permalink) Mon Sep 11, 2006 19:35 pm   English future tenses
 

it is still not very clear, though.and what about future perfect and future perfect continuous? are they very often in use at all?
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