Future Perfect

Spanish future perfect
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Futuro perfecto

The Spanish future perfect is used just like its English counterpart: to indicate an action that will have taken place before another action or point in the future.

Por ejemplo …

Habré comido antes de salir.   I will have eaten before leaving (before I leave).
Cuando llames esta noche, ella habrá llegado.   When you call, she will have arrived.
¿Ya habrás terminado para las ocho?   Will you have finished by eight o’clock?

In Spanish, the future perfect can also express probability or supposition about events or situations in the past.

Algo habrá ocurrido.   Something probably happened.
¿Se habrá olvidado José?   Could José have forgotten?

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