11. Future Perfect Tense

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11. Future Perfect Tense
11. Future Perfect Tense

Future Perfect Tense

Recognition: In Future Perfect Tense. different type of words can be employed at the end of Urdu sentences whose sounds are as follows:

Affirmative
Method of Translation

  • Rule-1: Third form of the verb is used after ‘shall have’ or ‘will have’.
  • Rule.2: ‘shall have’ with the first person pronouns i.e. (I,We) while ‘will have’ with the rest pronouns i.e(you, He, She, It, They) and with all singular or plural nouns can be used.
  • Rule-3: If there is stress on Urdu sentence. it is necessary to use ‘will have’ instead of ‘shall have’ and ‘shall have’ instead of ‘will have’.
  • Rule-4: When two verbs simultaneously appeat in Urdu sentences, we will translate the Principle Clause first in Future Perfect Tense and then rest portion of it in Present Tense.

Method of Translation
‘not’ is placed between ‘will have’

Interrogative
Method of Translation

  1. ‘Shall’ or ‘will’ is placed at the beginning of sentences.
  2. In interrogative/negative sentences, ‘not’ is placed after the subject.

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