Using will have shall have in Future Perfect Tense / will have , shall have चा वापर पूर्ण भविष्य काळात करणे .

how to use "will have/ shall have" as a helping verb


In this article we’re going to know  (auxiliary) with the help of some sentences. “will have/shall have” should be used with the  third form of the verb (V3 i.e. Past Participle) in such a way to make it clear that the action will be completed in the future. This is called Future Perfect Tense in grammar.

या सदरामध्ये आपण will have/ shall have चा वापर सहाय्यकारी क्रियापद म्हणून कसा करावा याविषयी माहिती घेणार आहोत.

क्रिया भविष्य काळात पूर्ण होणारच असल्याची  जाणीव करून देण्यासाठी अशा पद्धतीने will have/ shall have चा वापर क्रियापदाच्या तिसऱ्या रुपासोबत(V3 म्हणजेच Past Participle) करावा  लागतो.

यालाच व्याकरणाच्या भाषेत पूर्ण भविष्यकाळ (Future Perfect Tense) म्हणतात .

how to use "will have/ shall have" as a helping verb


 Using will have, shall have in Future Perfect Tense in Affirmative sentences

Sub.+ will have + v3.

V3= क्रियापदाचे तिसरे रूप (past participle)

1. I will have bought.

2. I will have taken.

3. You will have cancelled.

4. You will have learnt.

5. They will have announced.

6. They will have mistaken.

7. You will have handled.

8. Vedant and Janhavi will have compromised.

9. Prashant and Sonali will have donated.

10. You will have demanded.

11.She will have advertised.

12.Janhavi will have directed.

13.He will have replied.

14.Vedant will have  announced.

15.It will have come.

16.Lion will have roared.

17.Ganesh will have concentrated.

18.He will have co-operated.

19.Sonali will have discussed.

20.She will have submitted.


Using will have, shall have in Future Perfect Tense in Negative sentences

 Subject + won’t have + past participle.

1. I won’t have bought.

2. I won’t have taken.

3. You won’t have cancelled.

4. You won’t have learnt.

5. They won’t have announced.

6. They won’t have mistaken.

7. You won’t have handled.

8. Vedant and Janhavi won’t have compromised.

9. Prashant and Sonali won’t have donated.

10. You won’t have demanded.

11.She won’t have advertised.

12.Janhavi won’t have directed.

13.He won’t have replied.

14.Vedant won’t have announced.

15.It won’t have come.

16.Lion won’t have roared.

17.Ganesh won’t have concentrated.

18.He won’t have co-operated.

19.Sonali won’t have discussed.

20.She won’t have submitted.


Using will have, shall have in Future Perfect Tense in Interrogative Sentences 

Will / Won’t + subject + have + V3 ?   

1. Will I have bought ?

2. Will I have taken ?

3. Will you have cancelled ?

4. Will you have learnt ?

5. Will they have announced ?

6. Won’t they have mistaken ?

7. Will you have handled ?

8. Won’t Vedant and Janhavi have compromised ?

9. Will  Prashant and Sonali have donated ?

10. Will  you have demanded ?

11.Will she have advertised ?

12.Will  Janhavi have directed ?

13.Won’t he have replied ?

14.Will Vedant have announced ?

15.Will  it have come ?

16.Won’t lion have roared ?

17.Will Ganesh have concentrated ?

18.Will he have co-operated ?

19.Will Sonali have discussed ?

20.Won’t she have submitted ?