Tenses and Uses

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  • Q1

    By the time you arrive, I

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    Answer:

    will have been leaving for the airport.

    Explanation:
    Future Perfect Continuous tense is used to express an action that has been in progress over a period of time and will end in future.
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  • Q2

    They did not show great results in the terminals but

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    Answer:

    they have been working hard since then.

    Explanation:
    Present perfect continuous tense is used to explain an action that has finished but whose outcome still persists.
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  • Q3

    When you entered, the match

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    Answer:

    had just finished.

    Explanation:
    Past Perfect tense is used to express an action which was completed by a certain time in the past.
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  • Q4

    Now its too late, she

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    Answer:

    must have gone by now.

    Explanation:
    Present Perfect tense is used here to explain an action that has recently been completed.
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  • Q5

    By the end of this year, I

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    Answer:

    will have been living here for five years.

    Explanation:
    Future Perfect Continuous tense is used to express an action that has been in progress over a period of time and will end in future.
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