Future Perfect vs 
Present Perfect Continuous Exercise


Future Perfect Tense
Present Perfect Continuous
Verb Tenses Timeline

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Present Perfect vs Present Perfect Progressive
Present Perfect vs Past Perfect Tenses

Use the verbs in the box in either Future perfect or Present perfect continuous tense.


1. The men ---- for six hours without taking a break to be able to finish the job today by five p.m.

2. The plane ---- by the time we arrive at the airport in this slow traffic.

3. Don't worry. You and I ---- most of the distance by noon.

4. Our family ---- this business for three hundred years now.

5. Hopefully we ---- the construction work before the end of this month.

6. I am aching all over. I ---- the whole flat on my own.

7. The machines ---- for the whole day. Don't you agree with me that we should ask them to stop at least for an hour?

8. Erine and Brooke are planning to set off in the afternoon. I hope the weather conditions ---- by then.

9. My family and I haven't been able to go anywhere because of the rain that ---- on for the last three days.

10. I have noticed that those two men ---- at us ever since we came here.

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