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Verbs: future perfect

Habrá: will have (yo habre/tú habrás/él habrá/nosotros habremos/vosotros habréis/ellos habrán) Encontrado: found Alcanzado: reached/caught up with Llamado: called Vueldo: returned/come back Muerto: died Previsto: foreseen/anticipated Él habrá previsto la respuesta: he will have foreseen the answer Yo habré encontrado el lugar: i will have found the place Nosotros habremos llamado a la policía: we will have called the police El animal habrá muerto sin agua: the animal will have died without water Tú habrás alcanzado a niños: you will habe caught up with the boys Yo habré vuelto antes de las once: i will have returned before eleven Ellas habrán previsto el problema: they will have anticipated the problem
Enviado: sent
Recibido: received
Utilizado: used
Creado: created
Decidido: decided
Elegido: chosen
Llevado: taken
Él habrá enviado la medicina: he will have sent the medicine
Tú habrás creado el menú: you will habe created the menu
Ellos habrán elegido ser amigos: they will have chosen to be friends
Nosotras habremos recibido las llaves: we will have received the keys
Tú habrás utilizado ese teléfono: you will have used the telephone
Esos hombres se habrán llevado el dinero: those men will have taken the money
Nosotras habremos decidido caminar: we will have decided to walk
Yo habré utilizado el coche para mañana: i will have used the car by tomorrow
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