Future Continuous or Future Perfect?
First, read Jack's itinerary for tomorrow. Then, for each sentence, choose either Future Continuous or Future Perfect to complete it. Number one has been done as an example.
1. At 8am, he WILL BE LEAVING home.
2. By 8.30am, he WILL HAVE ARRIVED AT THE AIRPORT (arrive airport).
3. At 9am, he WILL BE WAITING FOR HIS PLANE (wait).
4. At 9.30am, he WILL BE LEAVING FOR PARIS (leave).
5. At 10am, he WILL BE FLYING TO PARIS (fly).
6. At 11.10am, he WILL HAVE ARRIVED (arrive) in Paris.
7. At 1.30pm, the meeting WILL HAVE STARTED (start).
8. At 7.50pm, he WILL BE EATING (eat).
9. At 10.15pm, he WILL HAVE LEFT (leave) the restaurant.
10. At midnight, he WILL BE SLEEPING (sleep).