Spanish Future Perfect Forms
The Spanish future perfect is formed by combining the simple future of the verb haberwith a past participle.
Future Perfect Formula:
simple future of haber + past participle
In case you've forgotten, here's how to form haber in the simple future:
Haber in the Simple Future
|Subject||Simple Future of Haber|
|él, ella, usted|
|ellos, ellas, ustedes|
Future Perfect Examples
Here are examples of the future perfect indicative used to talk about actions that will have been completed before another action in the future. In this sense, the future perfect is used to talk about something that hasn’t happened yet.
Likelihood and Conjecture
Here are examples of the future perfect indicative used to talk about likelihood or conjecture. In this sense, the future perfect is used to talk about what someone guesses or thinks might be true.
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