Materi tenses bahasa inggris kali ini adalah pengertian rumus dan contoh past future perfect tense sebagai lanjutan dari jenis tenses future sebelumnya yaitu past future continuous tense. Belajar bahasa inggris itu meliputi kemampuan speaking, reading, writing dan listening. Peran tenses dan grammar ada diantara 4 macam skill bahasa inggris tersebut. Seharusnya belajar tenses dan juga grammar bias membantu pemahaman teks bahasa inggris lebih baik bukan malah dianggap sebagai penghambat atau kendala dalam mempelajari bahasa inggris.
Pengertian Past Future Perfect Tense
Past future perfect tense is one kind of tenses which suggest that an event or an action will have happened, completed, achieved or done in a point of the future time in the past time. This past future perfect tense focuses the completion of a future event or an future action in one point of future time in the past time or on narration. The time of this event of action is less important. This kind of past future perfect tense is less used in daily usage of English native speaker’s conversation.
Rumus dan Contoh Pengguanaan Past Future Perfect Tense
The Formula (+): Subject + Would / Should + Have + Past Participle form of verb + ObjectFor example:
By the time her husband arrived at home yesterday, the wife would have finished cooking his favorite meal for dinner.
To arrange a negative form of past future perfect tense is just like the other one by putting the word ‘not’ to the sentence. The word ‘not’ is putting in between the word would or should and the word have. So the formula structure of the negative form of past future perfect tense will be like the following illustration:
The Formula (-): Subject + Would / Should + Not + Have + Past Participle form of verb + ObjectFor example:
By the time her husband arrived at home yesterday, the wife would not have finished cooking his favorite meal for dinner.
The question form of past future perfect tense is composed by putting the word would or should in the affirmative form to the front of the sentence. That is how to make a yes / no question of the past future perfect tense. And the other type of question form is by putting the question word in the very front of the sentence.
The Formula (?): (Question word) Would / Should +Subject + Have + Past Participle form of verb + Object?For example:
Would the wife have finished cooking his husband’s favorite meal for dinner by the time he arrived at home yesterday?