Future perfect continuous tense is uses to: denote actions that will definitely take place before a certain time in the future and will continue further for some time; particularly emphasise on the course of a future action. Example: He will have been playing for three hours.
Q. Change the form of following sentences into future perfect continuous.
- We will spend our vacation in Manali.
- The tennis match begins at 7 am. It will continue till 10 am.
- We are sure that this festival will go on for ten whole days.
- When you plan to visit our city, I will be visiting Kerala.
- We will have been spending our vacation in Manali.
- The tennis match will have been beginning at 7 am. It will have been continuing till 10 am.
- We are sure that this festival will have been going on for ten whole days.
- When you will have been planning to visit our city, I will have been visiting Kerala.