Combining Past and Future with the Future Perfect

The Future Perfect tense lets you talk about a time in the future when something will already be done. Here's an example:
You will have learned about the Future Perfect when you reach the end of this article.

The Future Perfect consists of some form of the phrase "will have" or "shall have", or some form of the phrase "be going to," followed by the past participle form of a verb.

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