Future  and Conditional Perfect

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. The FUTURE PERFECT TENSE is the past of the future, in a manner of speaking. It shows something that will be complete at some point in the future.By the year 2050 we will have found a way to make a car run on water.2050 is the future. Some time before then, a car running on water will be a

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Future and Conditional Perfect

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1. Future and Conditional Perfect

2. The FUTURE PERFECT TENSE is the past of the future, in a manner of speaking. It shows something that will be complete at some point in the future. By the year 2050 we will have found a way to make a car run on water. 2050 is the future. Some time before then, a car running on water will be a reality. In 2050, our future, that invention will be a past (completed) act.

3. The conditional perfect is a little trickier. It refers to a point in the past when something would have been completed. There’s always an implied “if clause.” I would have eaten all the cake (if I could have). Although the time isn’t specified, it is always some point in the past.

4. You should be able to predict these two tenses. Perfect means that you’ll have, in English, “has,” “have,” or “had” in Spanish, a form of “haber” In BOTH, a past participle (hablado) Future means that you’ll have, in English, the word “will” in Spanish, the future of “haber” Conditional means that you’ll have, in English, the word “would” in Spanish, the conditional of “haber”

5. Following are the future perfect forms of “haber”: habré habremos habrás habréis habrá habrán Put these helping verbs with a past participle to form the future perfect: future perfect ? ? habré hablado – I will have spoken

6. Click here to go to a brief practice exercise.

7. Following are the conditional perfect forms of “haber”: habría habríamos habrías habríais habría habrían Put these helping verbs with a past participle to form the future perfect: conditional perfect ? ? habría hablado – I would have spoken

8. Click here to go to a brief practice exercise. Click here to go to another practice exercise. Click here to go to your FUTURE PERFECT homework. Click here to go to your CONDITIONAL PERFECT homework.

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