The future perfect tense is will have led.
The future perfect tense is will have woken.
The future perfect tense of baked is will have baked.The future tense of the word is bake... "I will bake a pie in a minute"
Will have repaired is the future perfect tense of repair.
The future perfect tense of set is will have set.
"You will copyright" is the simple future tense. The future perfect tense is "You will have copyrighted". The future continuous tense is "You will be copyrighting".
The present perfect tense is:I/You/We/They have written.He/She/It has written.The past perfect tense is:Had written.The future perfect tense is:Will have written.
Will have benefited.
It is, "will have repaired."
Will have struggled.
Begin is the present tense. Began is the past tense. Will begin is the future tense. Have, has or would have begun are the perfect tense. Had begun is the pluperfect tense. Will have begun is the future perfect tense.
Neither - it isn't a verb and so doesn't have a tense.
It can be used as present and future:I/you/we/they camp. He/she/it camps. (present)Will camp. (future)The past tense would be 'camped'.
The past perfect is "had faced". The present perfect is "has/have faced". The future perfect is "will have faced".
Will have been repairing.
its present tense ( missed and have missed r past and past perfect) ***miss can be used as a future tense too...
we were planning: past progessive tense we are planning: present progressive tense We will have planned.: Future perfect tense
it could work in future perfect and in present perfect Example : Present Perfect : I have played football in the backyard . Future Perfect : I will have played football in the backyard .
to turn the word into its future tense requires additional grammar, and this will become - I will swim, you will swim, he will swim, we will swim and they will swim. Or the future perfect - I will have swum, and so on
No, get is present tense. The future tense is will get.
Present tense:I amWe areYou areHe/She/It isThey areThe future tense is "will be".
The word 'will' is future tense.
no. the word WOULD is the past tense of will...
Future tense of the word kick is 'will kick'.
The future tense of the word punished is 'will have punished'.
Both. Present tense: I/you/we/they get. Future tense: Will get.