Future Perfect Tense Class 5 English Grammar

Future Perfect Tense Class 5 English Grammar has been prepared for learning English Grammar of Class 5 under CBSE, ICSE, and Other State boards as Lesson No 22. Class 5 students in their English Grammar learning process will get help from the Future Perfect Tense Class 5 English Grammar to achieve better speaking and writing skills in English.

This Lesson 22, Future Perfect Tense Class 5 English Grammar contains – What Future Perfect Tense is? and Future Perfect Tense Formula, Uses, with a practice worksheet at the end for better knowledge for class 5.

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Example & Definition: Future Perfect Tense Class 5 English Grammar

  • shall have written the letter by that time.
  • He will have finished the exercise by then.
  • They will have completed the homework before the teacher comes.
  • Ravi will have reached the station before the train leaves.

All the verbs of the sentences refer to the actions that will have been completed by a certain period of time or one of the two actions in a future time that will have been completed earlier.

When any action will have been completed within a certain period of time in the future, or one of the two actions will have been completed earlier before the other action in the future, the earlier action will be in Future Perfect Tense and the later action will be in Simple Present Tense.

Formula: Future Perfect Tense Class 5 English Grammar

The formula of Future Perfect Tense with Positive, Negative, Interrogative, and Negative – interrogative sentences and the Future Perfect Tense chart using different persons and numbers have been shown in the following.

Future Perfect Tense(Positive)

Formula – 1

Subject + shall / will + have + Verb (Past-Participle) + Object.

Chart – 1

1stI shall have played footballWe shall have played football
2ndYou  will have played footballYou will have played football
3rdHe / She / It will have played footballThey will have played football

Future Perfect Tense (Negative)

Formula – 2

Subject + shall / will + not + have + Verb (Past-Participle) + Object.

Chart – 2

1stI shall not have played footballWe shall not have played football
2ndYou  will not have played footballYou will not have played football
3rdHe / She / It will not have played footballThey will not have played football

Future Perfect Tense (Interrogative)

Formula – 3

Shall / Will + Subject + Have + Verb (Past-Participle) + Object?

Chart – 3

1stShall I have played football?Shall we have played football?
2ndWill you have played football?Will you have played football?
3rdWill he/she/it have played football?Will they have played football?

Wh-Word Question

Formula – 4

Wh-Word + Shall / Will + Subject + have + Verb (Past-Participle) + Object?


  • Where will you have gone?
  • Why will she not have had lunch?
  • Where shall I have made mistakes?
  • Who will he have been the next one?
  • How will they have celebrated Christmas? 
  • Why will Shruti have laughed?

Questions for information are made with the ‘Wh-word’who, which, what, why, whose, whom, how are called ‘Wh-word’.

Future Perfect Tense (Negative-Interrogative)

Formula – 5

Shall / Will + Subject + not + have + Verb (Past-Participle) + Object?

Chart – 4

1stShall I not have played football?Shall we not have played football?
2ndWill you not have played football?Will you not have played football?
3rdWill he/she/it not have played football?Will they not have played football?

In Negative-Interrogative sentences ‘not’ is placed before the subject noun and after the subject pronoun.


  • Will not Ravi have played football? (Before subject noun)
  • Will he not have played football? (After subject pronoun)

Uses: Future Perfect Tense Class 5 English Grammar

Future Perfect tense is used

A. to indicate an action that will be completed before a certain point in time in the future. 


  • We shall have done the work by next week.
  • He will have finished the exercise by then.
  • Mother will have finished cooking before Father returns.

B. Future Perfect Tense is normally used with a time phrase beginning with ‘by’, ‘by the end of’, ‘by then’, ‘by the 11th’ etc.


  • By 2050, scientists will have had a detailed description of how life began.
  • By 2100, the longevity of human life will have increased by 30 years.
  • By 2150, man will have established a radio observatory on the moon.

Future Perfect Tense Exercises

Exercise – 1

A. Make sentences with the following words in Future Perfect tense.

1. Sweeper – clean floor

The sweeper will have cleaned the floor.

2. Painter — paint wall

The painter will have painted the wall.

3. Receptionist – clean table

The receptionist will have cleaned the table

4. Accountant – clear accounts files

The accountant will have cleared, accounts files.

5. Artist – make banner

Artist will have made the banner.

6. Manager – prepare welcome speech

The manager will have prepared the welcome speech.

7. Mr Malik – bring flowers

Mr. Malik will have brought the flowers.

8. Mr Gupta-arrange eatables

Mr. Compt will have arranged the catechs.

9. Mr Sharma-docorate conference hall

Nor Sharma will basse deseratia conference hall.

10. Mr Verma-invite all guests

Nr Vorone will have invited all the guests.

Exercise – 2

B. Suppose your friends will visit you at 5 o’clock in the evening. You have made a list of the things to be done before their visit. Read the list and write what you will have done by the time your friends arrive.

clean my room

complete homework

bring snacks from market

cook food

wash my clothes

iron my school dress

polish my shoes

make my bag

Exercise – 3

C. Fill in the blanks with the verbs in the bracket with Future Perfect Tense.

[1] By the time her tutor comes, she __________ (do) all the sums.

[2] I __________ (finish) my work in an hour.

[3] By next winter I __________ (complete) two books.

[4] By the time he is fifty he __________ (spend) all his savings.

[5] When we reach Nagpur, we __________ (do) half of our journey.

[6] By the time we reach the station the train __________ (start)

[7] Next you will be alone as you __________ (leave) by them.

[8] By the end of her computer course, she __________ (attend) sixty classes.

[9] By next Saturday I __________ (finish) my first terminal examination.

Class 5 English Grammar: All Topics & Chapters????:

Chapter 1. Parts of speech

Chapter 2. The sentence and Types

Chapter 3.  Subject and Predicate

Chapter 4. Nouns and their Types

Chapter 5. Noun and Number

Chapter 6. Noun and Gender

Chapter 7. Articles

Chapter 8. Pronouns and their Classifications

Chapter 9. Verbs and Types of Verbs  

Chapter 10. Regular Verbs Irregular Verbs List 

Chapter 11. Subject and Verb  Agreement 

Chapter 12. Simple Present Tense 

Chapter 13. Present Continuous Tense 

Chapter 14. Present Perfect Tense 

Chapter 15. Present Perfect Continuous Tense 

Chapter 16. Simple Past Tense 

Chapter 17. Past Continuous Tense 

Chapter 18. Past Perfect Tense 

Chapter 19. Past Perfect Continuous Tense 

Chapter 20. Simple Future Tense 

Chapter 21. Future Continuous Tense 

Chapter 22. Future Perfect Tense 

Chapter 23. Future Perfect Continuous Tense 

Chapter 24. Tense Exercises 

Chapter 25. Modal Verbs 

Chapter 26. Adjectives and their Types 

Chapter 27. Degree of Adjectives 

Chapter 28. Adverbs and Comparison 

Chapter 29. Prepositions and their Uses 

Chapter 30. Conjunctions 

Chapter 31. Direct and Indirect Speech 

Chapter 32. Transformation of Sentences 

Chapter 33. Punctuation