The future perfect tense is used to describe what will have happened in the future before a different action takes place, or by a specific time. I will have studied before I take the test. He will have completed the task by six o’clock. The future perfect is made with the future simple of 'have' (will have) and the past participle. For regular past participles add 'ed' to the verb ('play' becomes 'played'). Click here to learn about irregular past participles. The Future Perfect is a leading platform for collectable contemporary design that curates unique pieces from global designers of furniture, lighting & more.