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FUTURE PERFECT (Passive)

We use it to talk about those actions that will start and also complete in future time. And we use the helping verb of the Future Simple tense (Will have).

For Future

An action that will be completed in future.

Formula: Object + Helping Verb + been + Verb 3rd(form)
  • The lecture will have been given.
  • Shopping will have been done.
  • The exam will have been conducted.
  • Negative: Lecture will not have been given.
  • Interrogative: Will lecture have been given?
  • Neg. Int: Will lecture not have been given?
Formula: Object + Helping Verb(Will Have) + been + Verb 3rd(form) + by + Object(subject of the Active Voice)

More Examples

Here are some more examples of Passive Voice Future Perfect.

Examples

  • The result will have been announced.
  • A birthday gift will have been given.
  • Timing will have been arranged for new classes.
  • Oscar award will have been given to celebrities.
  • Food will have been provided to poor families.

  • The result will not have been announced.
  • A birthday gift will not have been given.

  • Will result have been announced?
  • Will birthday gift have been given?

  • Will result have not been announced?
  • Will birthday gift have not been given?

Differences

By these examples, you can easily understand the difference between Active Voice and Passive Voice of Future Perfect.

Active VoicePassive Voice
He will have played FootballCricket will have been played by him
Parents will have given permission to Alipermission will have been given to Ali by Parents
Alina will have cooked foodFood will have been cooked by Alina
When you'll learn the lessons, you'll have passed the examinationWhen the lessons will be learned by you, the examination will have been passed by you