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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?|
Future Perfect Quizzes
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