Lesson- Future Perfect Continuous Tense - Negative & Interrogative sentences

Answer below question:
Question: क्या चेन्नई में 20 घंटे से बरसात नही हो रही होगी?

( A ). Will it not have been rain since 20 hours in Chennai?


( B ). Will it not have been raining in Chennai for 20 hours?


( C ). Will have it been not raining for 20 hours in Chennai?


( D ). Will it not have rained for 20 hours in Chennai?



Answer: Will it not have been raining in Chennai for 20 hours?

Answer below question:
Question: क्या तुम दो दिन से नहीं पढ़ रहे होगे?

( A ). Will you not have been reading for two days?


( B ). Will not have you been reading for two days?


( C ). Will not have been you reading for two days?


( D ). Will you not has been read for two days?



Answer: Will you not have been reading for two days?

Answer below question:
Question: वह दो दिन से नाच नहीं रही होगी ।

( A ). She shall not have been dancing for two days.


( B ). She will have not been dancing for two days.


( C ). She will not have been playing since two days.


( D ). She will not have been dancing for two days.



Answer: She will not have been dancing for two days.

Answer below question:
Question: हम 2 घंटे से अध्ययन नहीं कर रहे होंगे।

( A ). We shall not been have studying for 2 hours.


( B ). We shall not have been studying since 2 hours.


( C ). We shall not have being studying for 2 hours.


( D ). We shall not have been studying for 2 hours.



Answer: We shall not have been studying for 2 hours.

Answer below question:
Question: क्या वह 15 दिनों से यहाँ नही आ रही होगी?

( A ). Will she not have been coming here for 15 days?


( B ). Shall she not have been coming here for 15 days?


( C ). Will not have been she coming here for 15 days?


( D ). Will have she not been coming here for 15 days?



Answer: Will she not have been coming here for 15 days?

Answer below question:
Question: अशोक पत्र नही लिख रहा होगा।

( A ). Ashok will be not writing letter.


( B ). Ashok will not been writing letter.


( C ). Ashok will not be wrote letter.


( D ). Ashok will not be writing letter.



Answer: Ashok will not be writing letter.
Explanation: इस वाक्य में समय को नहीं दर्शया गया है इसलिए वाक्य Future Continuous tense का है।

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Negative Sentences:

Future Perfect Continuous Tense के नकारात्मक वाक्यो में 'not' को 'will/ shall' और 'have' के बीच में लगाते हैं ।

Subject will/ shall not have been verb (Ist form) ing object for/since time

eg. They will not have been watching movies from afternoon. (वे दोपहर से फिल्में नहीं देख रहे होंगे।)

Interrogative Sentences:

Will/ Shall sub have been verb ing since/ for(time)?

Wh- word sub have been verb ing since/ for(time)?

eg. Will the baby have been crying for 15 minutes.  (क्या बच्चा 15 मिनट से रो रहा होगा।)

Where will the boys have been playing since 2 o'clock ? (लड़के दो बजे से कहाँ खेलते रहेंगे?)

Interrogative - Negative Sentences

Will sub not have been verb ing since/ for(time)?

eg. Will you not have been reading for two days? (क्या तुम दो दिन से नहीं पढ़ रहे होगे?)

Answer below question:
Question: वह सुबह से हमारे लिए इंतजार नहीं कर रही होगी।

( A ). She not will have wait for us since morning.


( B ). She will not have waiting for us since morning.


( C ). She will have not waiting for us since morning.


( D ). She will not have waited for us for morning.



Answer: She will not have waiting for us since morning.

Answer below question:
Question: क्या हम उसका इन्तजार सुबह से करते रहेंगे?

( A ). Shall we have been waiting for him since morning ?


( B ). Shall have we been waiting for him since morning ?


( C ). Shall have been we waiting for him since morning ?


( D ). Shall we have been waited for him since morning ?



Answer: Shall we have been waiting for him since morning ?

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