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future_perfect - • By 2050 scientist will have discovered...

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The Future Perfect p. 273 – Chapter 6 Realidades 3
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The Future Perfect • Before we begin this lesson, you  must remember that several verbs  have irregular past participles:
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R roto E escrito V visto V vuelto M muerto A abierto C cubierto P puesto H hecho D dicho D devuelto Romper Escribir Ver Volver Morir Abrir Cubrir Poner Hacer Decir Devolver 
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The Future Perfect • Use the present perfect tense to  express what  will have happened  by  a certain time. • To form the future perfect, use the  future of the verb haber with the past  participle of the verb.
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INVENTAR habré  inventado habrás  inventado habrá  inventado habremos inventado habréis inventado habrán inventado
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The Future Perfect • Para el año 2050 los científicos  habrán descubierto  otras fuentes de  energía.
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Unformatted text preview: • By 2050, scientist will have discovered other energy sources. The Future Perfect • The future perfct tense is often used with dentro de + time. • Dentro de cinco años, habremos aprendido mucho sobre la genética. • In five years, we will have learned a lot about genetics. The Future Perfect • You also use the future perfect tense to speculate about something that may have happened in the past. The Future Perfect • Laura no me llamó. ¿Qué le habrá pasado ? • Se habrá enterado de que no ibas. • Laura didn’t call me. What could have happened to her? • Perhaps she found out you were not coming....
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