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  • At the end of this lesson you'll be able to:

    • Understand the use of the future perfect
    • Use various expressions with the verb "to catch"
    • Understand some common Hawaiian words


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Dialog: "Dude, by the time you get over your hangover I will have surfed the perfect wave..."

We use the future perfect to say that something will be ended, or completed by a particular time in the future. It also expresses that something will occur before another action in the future. We usually denote time with the expression "by next week, month, year" etc.; or action with the expression "by the time".


  • By the time Angela arrives at the party I will have already left. (I will not be at the party when Angela arrives-action)
  • The Jefferson's will have been married three months by the time their baby is born. (they will be married when the baby is born-action)
  • Will Rebecca have made the dessert by the time we finish dinner? (will the dessert be ready when we finish dinner-action)


  • Stephanie won't have finished the report by next week. (the report will not be finished by next week-time)
  • By 2012 the Cooper's will have lived in that house for 30 years. (they will be in that house 30 years by 2012-time)
  • Will Chris have moved into his new apartment by the end of the month? (will he be in his new apartment by the end of the month-time)

Sobre esta aula

Isn't it about time you brushed up on your Hawaiian? Wait...practice speaking "havaiana"?? Yeah, that's right.  Aside from wearing "havaianas" on your feet, you can also speak the "havaiana" language! In today's lesson Ashley and Josh teach you some of the local lingo used in the U.S. state of Hawaii.  Aloha, brah!

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