Future Perfect Simple ESL Games, Worksheets and Activities

By the End of My Holiday...

ESL Future Perfect Simple Game - Reading, Listening and Speaking Activity - Intermediate (B1) - 20 minutes

In this future perfect game, students guess which countries other students are going to on holiday from clues read out in the future perfect simple. Give each group of three or four a set of cards. The students shuffle the cards and place them face down in a pile in the middle of the table. The students take it in turns to pick up the top card from the pile, without showing it to anyone. The student then says "By the end of my holiday..." and reads out the three clues on their card, turning the prompts into future perfect sentences, e.g. 'By the end of my holiday, I will have drunk sangria...' The other students listen to the clues and try to guess where the student is going on their holiday, e.g. 'You are going to Spain'. The first student to make a sentence, guessing the correct country wins and keeps the card. If no one manages to correctly guess the country after a few tries, the student with the card wins and keeps the card. The game continues until all the cards have been used. The student with the most cards at the end of the game is the winner.
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By the End of the Day...

ESL Future Perfect Game - Reading, Writing, Listening and Speaking Activity - Intermediate (B1) - 25 minutes

In this free future perfect simple activity, students play a game where they guess jobs from clues read out in the future perfect simple. Divide the students into pairs (A and B) and give each student a corresponding worksheet. The students look at each person's job and future perfect clue prompts on their worksheet and write one more clue for each job in the space provided. The students then play a guessing game in which they take it in turns to read out the clues for each person's job on their worksheet using the future perfect simple, e.g. 'By the end of the day, Yumiko will have pushed a trolley'. Their partner listens to the clues and has one minute to guess the person's job. If their partner needs more clues, they can ask yes/no questions in the future perfect simple, such as 'Will they have spoken to many people?' If their partner manages to guess the person's job within the time frame, the student puts a tick in the box next to the job. The game continues until both students have gone through all the jobs. The student who guesses the most jobs correctly wins the game.
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Future Perfect Simple Practice

ESL Future Perfect Worksheet - Reading, Matching and Writing Exercises - Intermediate (B1) - 30 minutes

This future perfect simple worksheet helps students learn how to make predictions about actions that will be completed in the future. Give each student a copy of the two-page worksheet. Read through the grammar explanation and examples with the class. Students begin by completing sentences with the future perfect simple form of the verbs in brackets. The students then match each sentence with a related meaning in a box. Next, students match future perfect simple sentences with suitable responses. After that, students complete sentences using the verbs in brackets in the future perfect simple tense. In the last exercise, students complete future perfect sentences with their own ideas. When the students have finished, review their sentences together as a class and provide feedback.
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Interactive Version - Here is a future perfect simple interactive worksheet to help teach students how to make predictions about expected completed actions in the future.


Find Someone Who...

ESL Future Perfect Activity - Reading, Writing, Listening and Speaking - Upper-intermediate (B2) - 30 minutes

In this future perfect 'Find someone who' activity, students practice asking and answering future perfect yes/no questions. Give each student a copy of the worksheet. To begin, the students complete the find someone who tasks with the verbs on the worksheet in their future perfect form. After the answers have been checked, go through the items on the worksheet and elicit the future perfect yes/no questions the students need to ask in order to do the activity, e.g. 'Will you have checked your phone by the end of the lesson?' Next, students go round the class asking each other the questions. When a classmate thinks the future event in the question is possible, they answer 'Yes, I will'. The student then writes their name and asks a follow-up question to gain more details, writing the answer in the 'More information' column. If a classmate replies 'No, I won't', the student repeats the question with another student or asks a different question. When everyone has finished, have a class feedback session and ask the students to share what they found out about their classmates. Any interesting findings can then be discussed in more detail.
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