Terry: What are you going to be doing this time next year?
Pete: I’ll be teaching for a big, successful English language academy in Tokyo.
Terry: I didn't know you were thinking of leaving Spain.
Pete: I got a great job offer with an excellent salary. Besides, by the time I move, I’ll have been living in Madrid for more than six years. I think it's time for a change.

Pete: Steph’s been in the kitchen all day long.
Terry: I don’t think she’s having a very enjoyable birthday.
Pete: She’ll have been cooking for more than six and half hours by the time all the guests arrive for dinner this evening. I hope, she’ll have finished everything by then.
Terry: Maybe we should offer to help her? Y’know, give her a hand with the food?
Pete: Nah. We’d only get in the way. Besides, the football’s starting / ‘ll be starting in a minute.

Steph: Did you hear that Andy is going on holiday to Asia this August?
Terry: I can't believe how often she goes abroad. Where exactly does she want to go?
Steph: She’ll be visiting Cambodia, Laos and Thailand.
Terry: At this rate, she’ll have visited every country in the world by the time she retires.

Steph: Hurry up Terry! Do you realise how late we are? By the time we get to the restaurant, everyone will have already finished eating.
Terry: Don’t blame me, Steph. It's your fault for taking so long to dry your bloody hair!
Steph: I couldn't get it to look right.
Terry: What difference does it make? By the time we get there, everyone will have left anyway!

Pete: It's 7:30, and I have been working on my report for nearly two and a half hours.
Terry: Do you think you’ll have finished by 9:00? There's a darts match on at the pub tonight.
Pete: I’ll probably have done the report by 9:00, but I’ll have been working on it for more than three and a half hours, and I don't think I am going to feel like going to a darts match.

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