Here are some words commonly used in the Future Perfect Continuous Tense:
- For: By tomorrow, I will have been working on this project for two weeks.
- Since: By the end of the month, she will have been living here since last year.
- All day/week/month: By next week, they will have been traveling all day for two weeks.
- By the time: By the time he arrives, we will have been waiting for three hours.
- Until: By 5 PM, I will have been working on this report until midnight.
- How long: By the time you get here, how long will I have been waiting?
These words are often used to indicate an ongoing action or situation that will continue up until a specific point in the future. They help convey the duration or time frame of the action or situation.
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