Irregular Verbs in Future Perfect Tense

Irregular Verbs in Future Perfect Tense

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Irregular Verbs

When studying a new language, it is essential to be familiar with its verbs. Because we are able to conjugate time with the help of verbs. With the Simple Past Tense, on the other hand, we come across the second form of verbs which are related to irregular verbs in English. Affirmative sentences containing the second form of verbs are required in order to convey that we have completed action in the past tense. Ordinarily, the second form of a regular verb is produced by appending the suffix “-ed” to the verb; however, in irregular verbs, the word spelling is different. Because irregular verbs do not obey any rules, we must learn to memorize them and understand how to utilize them in the appropriate context inside a sentence to be effective.

There are also instances in which we must employ the third form of verbs. Consider the Present Perfect Tense, for example. Thus, we will need to know the 3rd form of the verbs too. As a result, we are unable to employ these structures unless we are familiar with the 2nd and 3rd forms of English verbs.

InfinitiveFuture PerfectQuestionNegative
To comeWill have comeWill it have come…?Will not have come
To doWill have doneWill he have done…?Will not have done
To beWill have beenWill I have been…?Will not have been
To haveWill have hadWill you have had…?Will not have had
To getWill have gottenWill they have gotten…?Will not have gotten
To makeWill have madeWill you have made…?Will not have made
To takeWill have takenWill you have taken…?Will not have taken
To seeWill have seenWill I have seen…?Will not have seen