futureperfect - As with the other perfect tenses, the...

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As with the other perfect tenses, the future perfect is formed by combining the auxiliary verb "haber" with the past participle. In this case, "haber" is conjugated in the future tense. habré habrás habrá habremos habréis habrán The future perfect tense is used to describe what will have happened in the future before a different action takes place, or by a specific time. I will have studied before I take the test. He will have completed the task by six o'clock. Remember, some past participles are irregular. Also remember that the past participle never changes form in the perfect tenses. (yo) Habré escrito el libro antes del año nuevo. I will have written the book before the new year. (tú) ¿Habrás comprado una casa en un año? Will you have bought a house in a year? (él) Habrá pagado todas las deudas para el dos de octubre. He will have paid all the debt by October 2. (nosotros) Habremos vuelto de España para el doce de junio. We will have returned from Spain by June 12.
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This note was uploaded on 11/06/2011 for the course SPANISH 108 taught by Professor Staff during the Fall '10 term at Rutgers.

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