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The future perfect tense illustrated above is equivalent to the following English expressions: “I will  have earned,” “you will have earned,” “she will have earned,” “they will have earned,” and so on. The future perfect is used to express an action in the future that will be completed before another  action that is yet to occur. For example,  Para el fin de semana, yo  habré leído  su libro.  means  By the end of the week, I  will have read  his book.  The adverb  ya  (“already”) is often used with the future perfect. On standardized tests,  ya  in front of  the blank may be a clue to use the future perfect tense, although other tenses may also be  appropriate. For example,  Ellos ya   habrán terminado  su clase cuando reparen el  acondicionador de aire.   means  They already   will have   finished  their class when they repair the air conditioner. 
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This note was uploaded on 11/08/2011 for the course SPAN 101 taught by Professor Oliveros during the Fall '09 term at Texas State.

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