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Future perfect continuous of lose

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Future perfect continuous

I will have been losing

The future perfect continuous expresses the duration of activities that extend until a certain point in time in the future. While this tense is hardly ever used in spoken English, it is still useful to know and understand it.

For a basic understanding of how this tense works, you need to be familiar with two very similar tenses: the past perfect continuous and the present perfect continuous. Both of these tenses are formed in the same way as the future perfect continuous tense.
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Other verbs conjugation lose

Present "lose"lose
Present Continuous "lose"am losing
Simple past "lose"lost
Past Continuous "lose"was losing
Present perfect "lose"have lost
Present perfect continuous "lose"have been losing
Past perfect "lose"had lost
Past perfect continuous "lose"had been losing
Future "lose"will lose
Future continuous "lose"will be losing
Future perfect "lose"will have lost
Future perfect continuous "lose"will have been losing

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