Exercise 1: future perfect simple

(Practise using and conjugating the future perfect simple)

Future perfect simple – cloze test (difficulty: 3 of 5 – medium)

Fill the gaps with the appropriate form of the corresponding verb in brackets in the future perfect simple. If ‘not’ is also given, you have to negate the sentence. Do not use any short (contracted) forms in the quiz.

  • Example: “Bertha ____________ her brother by the end of the week.” (phone) → “Bertha will have phoned her brother by the end of the week.”

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  1. By tomorrow morning, the plane in Sidney. (land)
  2. It’s already five o’clock and there’s so much work in the garden. We all the work by six o’clock. (not finish)
  3. Our new hockey team their first game by the end of the weekend. (play)
  4. By next Sunday, this show on TV for 3 weeks. (be)
  5. I’ve lent Harry a book for his exam next week, but I think he it by the end of the week. (not read)
  6. I’m sure we by dinner time. (return)
  7. My brother all the exams at college by the end of next year. (take)
  8. Danielle, you the cake before our visitors come? (bake)
  9. I hope I asleep by 11 o’clock tonight. (fall)
  10. Mr Larson his office by 6pm as he usually works until 5pm. (leave)

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