Future Perfect Continuous Tense in Hindi – Learn Definition, Recognition, and Use of (Will/Shall)

If you think that Future Perfect Continuous Tense in Hindi and English is a bit difficult to understand then you are wrong. We will teach you in the easiest way so you can grasp the whole concept of this tense within no time. You will learn here the introduction of tense, Definition, Rules, Formula, Structure, Translation Rules, Use of Will & Shall, Time Reference (Since and For), Placement of Have been, Steps for making Affirmative, Negative, Interrogative, Interrogative – Negative Sentences, and Identification of tense with the help of examples and exercises. It takes your 5 minutes if you read the complete post with full attention.

Definition of Future Perfect Continuous Tense in Hindi

Future Perfect Continuous (FPC) is a verb tense that is used to denote an action will be in progress in the future. You can use it with a start point in the past and a present moment. To make a sentence we will use Subject, Will have been, Shall have been, the first form of the verb with “ing”, object, and since/for. Let’s study it in more detail but, first see some examples below.

  • I have been working in the finance organization for 4 years
  • At 3 pm I will have been cooking for 30 minutes
  • When I turn twenty four I will have been studying at University for 5 years
  • I will have been singing for a year

Identification

Before getting into depth, you should need to learn about how to recognize Future Perfect Continuous Tense in Hindi. In the first step, you have to see if a work is completing in the future then it is FPC Tense. The second step is to check, if a sentence using, “will/shall have been” with “1st form of verb & ing”, and “since/for” then you can say that it is future perfect continuous. This is the simplest way to find out the tense.  

You can learn the use of since/for in detail here

Formula

The formula of future perfect continuous tense is given below:

In English= Subject + Will/Shall + Have + been + Verb 1st form + ing + Object + Since/For

Structure

We will discuss about making an affirmative, negative, interrogative, interrogative – negative sentence, in the structure of future perfect continuous tense in Hindi with the help of extra examples.

Affirmative/Simple

In an affirmative sentence you have to put “Subject” at the start, now add “will/shall” with the word “have” and “been”, now it’s time to write “1st form of the verb with ing” and “Object”, for giving the time reference we have to add “since/for” at the last to complete the sentence.

Formula= Subject + Will/Shall + Have + been + 1st form of verb + ing + Object + Since/For

Read the examples of simple future perfect continuous tense in Hindi and English below.

In EnglishIn Hindi
He will have been playing hockey for 3 monthsवह 3 महीने से हॉकी खेल रहा होगा
They will have been coaching since 2024वे 2024 से कोचिंग कर रहे होंगे
She will have been studying for 4 Yearsवह 4 साल से पढ़ रही होगी
Jennifer will have been singing pop music since 2025जेनिफर 2025 से पॉप संगीत गा रही होंगी
They will have been preparing Christmas tree for 2 hoursवे 2 घंटे से क्रिसमस ट्री तैयार कर रहे होंगे
I shall have been scrolling on mobile for 4 hoursमैं 4 घंटे से मोबाइल पर स्क्रॉल कर रहा होगा
He will have been plumbing the kitchen sink since morningवह सुबह से रसोई के सिंक की नलसाजी कर रहा होगा
Jack will have been grinding powder for the last two hoursजैक पिछले दो घंटे से पाउडर पीस रहा होगा
They will have been surfing on the internet since yesterdayवे कल से इंटरनेट पर सर्फिंग कर रहे होंगे
She will have been watching videos on YouTube for 3 hoursवह 3 घंटे से YouTube पर वीडियो देख रही होगी
John will have been writing a news article for 7 monthsजॉन 7 महीने से समाचार लेख लिख रहा होगा
Alina will have been cooking since Novemberअलीना नवंबर से खाना बना रही होगी
They will have been booking tickets for 6 hoursवे 6 घंटे से टिकट बुक कर रहे होंगे
I shall have been learning English course for 5 monthsमैं ५ महीने से अंग्रेजी पाठ्यक्रम सीख रहा होगा
They will have been cracking nuts since morningवे सुबह से मेवा फोड़ रहे होंगे
We shall have been cleaning windows for four hoursहम चार घंटे से खिड़कियों की सफाई कर रहे होंगे
The engineers will have been fixing issues since morningइंजीनियर सुबह से ही समस्या ठीक कर रहे होंगे
He will have been drawing calligraphy for 8 monthsवह 8 महीने से सुलेख बना रहा होगा
They will have been dyeing clothes for 2 monthsवे 2 महीने से कपड़े रंग रहे होंगे
She will have been knitting sweater for 5 hoursवह 5 घंटे से स्वेटर बुन रही होगी

Negative

If you want to make negative of future perfect continuous tense in Hindi then follow the given rule. We use the same formula of affirmative tense that discussed above but with the addition of “not” after “will/shall”.

Formula= Subject + Will/Shall + not +Have + been + 1st form of verb + ing + Object + Since/For

Let’s see some examples of the negative sentences in both Hindi and English Languages.

In EnglishIn Hindi
He will not have been playing hockey for 3 monthsवह 3 महीने से हॉकी नहीं खेल रहा होगा
They will not have been coaching since 2024वे 2024 से कोचिंग नहीं कर रहे होंगे
She will not have been studying for 4 Yearsवह 4 साल से नहीं पढ़ रही होगी
Jennifer will not have been singing pop music since 2025जेनिफर 2025 से पॉप संगीत नहीं गा रही होंगी
They will not have been preparing the Christmas tree for 2 hoursवे 2 घंटे से क्रिसमस ट्री नहीं बना रहे होंगे
I shall not have been scrolling on mobile for 4 hoursमैं 4 घंटे से मोबाइल पर स्क्रॉल नहीं कर रहा होगा
He will not have been plumbing the kitchen sink since morningवह सुबह से रसोई के सिंक की नलसाजी नहीं कर रहा होगा
Jack will not have been grinding powder for last two hoursजैक पिछले दो घंटे से पाउडर नहीं पीस रहा होगा
They will not have been surfing on the internet since yesterdayवे कल से इंटरनेट पर सर्फिंग नहीं कर रहे होंगे
She will not have been watching videos on YouTube for 3 hoursवह 3 घंटे से YouTube पर वीडियो नहीं देख रही होगी
John will not have been writing a news article for 7 monthsजॉन 7 महीने से समाचार लेख नहीं लिख रहा होगा
Alina will not have been cooking since Novemberअलीना नवंबर से खाना नहीं बना रही होगी
They will not have been booking tickets for 6 hoursवे 6 घंटे से टिकट बुक नहीं कर रहे होंगे
I shall not have been learning English course for 5 monthsमैं 5 महीने से अंग्रेजी पाठ्यक्रम नहीं सीख रहा होगा
They will not have been cracking nuts since morningवे सुबह से मेवा नहीं फोड़ रहे होंगे
We shall not have been cleaning windows for four hoursहम चार घंटे से खिड़कियां साफ नहीं कर रहे होंगे
The engineers will not have been fixing issues since morningइंजीनियर सुबह से समस्या ठीक नहीं कर रहे होंगे
He will not have been drawing calligraphy for 8 monthsवह 8 महीने से सुलेख नहीं बना रहा होगा
They will not have been dyeing clothes for 2 monthsवे 2 महीने से कपड़े नहीं रंग रहे होंगे
She will not have been knitting sweater for 5 hoursवह 5 घंटे से स्वेटर नहीं बुन रही होगी

Interrogative

It’s very simple to make the Interrogative of future perfect continuous tense in Hindi. You have to take “Will” at the start after it now add “Subject”, “have been”, “first form of verb and ing” with “Object”, Time reference “since/for” and question mark “?” at the end of the sentence. You can understand more easily with the help of the formula given below.

Formula= Will/Shall + Subject +Have + been + 1st form of verb + ing + Object + Since/For +?

Practice these examples of Interrogative sentences in Hindi & English language to get a clearer picture.

In EnglishIn Hindi
Will he have been playing hockey for 3 months?क्या वह 3 महीने से हॉकी खेल रहा होगा ?
Will they have been coaching since 2024?क्या वे 2024 से कोचिंग कर रहे होंगे?
Will she have been studying for 4 Years?क्या वह 4 साल से पढ़ रही होगी?
Will Jennifer have been singing pop music since 2025?क्या जेनिफर 2025 से पॉप संगीत गा रही होंगी?
Will they have been preparing Christmas tree for 2 hours?क्या वे 2 घंटे से क्रिसमस ट्री तैयार कर रहे होंगे?
Shall I have been scrolling on mobile for 4 hours?क्या मैं 4 घंटे से मोबाइल पर स्क्रॉल कर रहा हूँ?
Will he have been plumbing the kitchen sink since morning?क्या वह सुबह से रसोई के सिंक की नलसाजी कर रहा होगा?
Will Jack have been grinding powder for the last two hours?क्या जैक पिछले दो घंटे से पाउडर पीस रहा होगा?
Will they have been surfing on the internet since yesterday?क्या वे कल से इंटरनेट पर सर्फिंग कर रहे होंगे?
Will she have been watching videos on YouTube for 3 hours?क्या वह 3 घंटे से YouTube पर वीडियो देख रही होगी?
Will John have been writing a news article for 7 months?क्या जॉन 7 महीने से समाचार लेख लिख रहा होगा?
Will Alina have been cooking since November?क्या अलीना नवंबर से खाना बना रही होगी?
Will they have been booking tickets for 6 hours?क्या वे 6 घंटे से टिकट बुक कर रहे होंगे?
Shall I have been learning English course for 5 months?क्या मैं 5 महीने से अंग्रेजी पाठ्यक्रम सीख रहा हूँ?
Will they have been cracking nuts since morning?क्या वे सुबह से मेवा फोड़ रहे होंगे?
Shall we have been cleaning windows for four hours?क्या हम चार घंटे से खिड़कियां साफ कर रहे होंगे?
Will engineers have been fixing issues since morning?क्या इंजीनियर सुबह से समस्या ठीक कर रहे होंगे?
Will he have been drawing calligraphy for 8 months?क्या वह 8 महीने से सुलेख बना रहा होगा?
Will they have been dyeing clothes for 2 months?क्या वे 2 महीने से कपड़े रंग रहे होंगे ?
Will she have been knitting sweater for 5 hours?क्या वह 5 घंटे से स्वेटर बुन रही होगी?

Interrogative – Negative

While making Interrogative – Negative sentence we take the same formula that used in creating simple interrogative of future perfect continuous tense in Hindi. But you have to add “not” after “Subject”. We have given the formula below to increase your understandings.

Formula= Will/Shall + Subject + not +Have + been + 1st form of verb + ing + Object + Since/For +?

Read the examples below

In EnglishIn Hindi
Will he not have been playing hockey for 3 months?क्या वह 3 महीने से हॉकी नहीं खेल रहा होगा?
Will they not have been coaching since 2024?क्या वे 2024 से कोचिंग नहीं कर रहे होंगे?
Will she not have been studying for 4 Years?क्या वह 4 साल से नहीं पढ़ रही होगी?
Will Jennifer not have been singing pop music since 2025?क्या जेनिफर 2025 से पॉप संगीत नहीं गा रही होंगी?
Will they not have been preparing Christmas tree for 2 hours?क्या वे 2 घंटे से क्रिसमस ट्री नहीं बना रहे होंगे?
Shall I not have been scrolling on mobile for 4 hours?क्या मैं 4 घंटे से मोबाइल पर स्क्रॉल नहीं कर रहा होगा?
Will he not have been plumbing the kitchen sink since morning?क्या वह सुबह से रसोई के सिंक की नलसाजी नहीं कर रहा होगा?
Will Jack not have been grinding powder for the last two hours?क्या जैक पिछले दो घंटे से पाउडर नहीं पीस रहा होगा?
Will they not have been surfing on the internet since yesterday?क्या वे कल से इंटरनेट पर सर्फिंग नहीं कर रहे होंगे?
Will she not have been watching videos on YouTube for 3 hours?क्या वह 3 घंटे से YouTube पर वीडियो नहीं देख रही होगी?
Will John not have been writing a news article for 7 months?क्या जॉन 7 महीने से समाचार लेख नहीं लिख रहा होगा?
Will Alina not have been cooking since November?क्या अलीना नवंबर से खाना नहीं बना रही होगी?
Will they not have been booking tickets for 6 hours?क्या वे 6 घंटे से टिकट बुक नहीं कर रहे होंगे?
Shall I not have been learning English course for 5 months?क्या मैं 5 महीने से अंग्रेजी पाठ्यक्रम नहीं सीख रहा होगा?
Will they not have been cracking nuts since morning?क्या वे सुबह से मेवा नहीं फोड़ रहे होंगे?
Shall we not have been cleaning windows for four hours?क्या हम चार घंटे से खिड़कियां साफ नहीं कर रहे होंगे?
Will engineers not have been fixing issues since morning?क्या इंजीनियर सुबह से समस्या ठीक नहीं कर रहे होंगे ?
Will he not have been drawing calligraphy for 8 months?क्या वह 8 महीने से सुलेख नहीं बना रहा होगा?
Will they not have been dyeing clothes for 2 months?क्या वे 2 महीने से कपड़े नहीं रंग रहे होंगे ?
Will she not have been knitting sweaters for 5 hours?क्या वह 5 घंटे से स्वेटर नहीं बुन रही होगी?

Final Thoughts

So, we have covered all the basic things about this tense here for you. Now we hope that you will get expertise in making future perfect continuous tense after learning here. You have to practice daily the given exercises and examples for getting a strong grip. We are happy that an average-level student can easily pick this tense easily due to our simple explanation. If you find it really helpful then must share it with your friends and fellows. In case of any question, you can ask us anytime. We will be happy if you did that.

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