Changing a sentence into the passive when the active verb is in the future perfect tense

The future perfect tense forms are made by putting ‘will / shall + have’ before the past participle form of the verb. These sentences can be changed into the passive if the active verb has an object. The passive verb form in the future perfect tense is made by putting ‘will / shall + have been’ before the past participle form of the verb.

Active verb form: will/shall + have + past participle form of the verb

Passive verb form: will/shall + have been + past participle form of the verb


Change the following sentences into the passive voice.

1. I will have finished the job by Monday.

2. She will have won the first prize.

3. They will have repaired the roof.

4. The boy will have cleaned the windows.

5. Rahul will have brought the violin.

6. Mother will have cooked dinner.

7. The masons will have built the house.

8. The boys will have learned their lessons.


1. The job will have been finished (by me) by Monday.

2. The first prize will have been won by her.

3. The roof will have been repaired by them.

4. The windows will have been cleaned by the boy.

5. The violin will have been brought by Rahul.

6. Dinner will have been cooked by mother.

7. The house will have been built by the masons.

8. The lessons will have been learned by the boys.


The passive forms of the present and past perfect continuous tenses and future continuous tenses are unusual.