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Can anyone give some good examples on this? I have read it

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Can anyone give some good examples on this? I have read it up from the link posted by Paul, but am not really conversant with it!

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11 Feb 2005, 21:52
Future Perfect Progressive is used to indicate a continous action in the future in relation to a definite future time.

example:
At three o' clock I will have been driving for 10 hours non-stop.

Here, 'three o' clock' is the 'definite future time', and continous action of driving in the future is mentioned in relation to this definite future time.

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