Past Future Continuous Tense

Past Future Continuous Tense ini mirip dengan Future Continuous Tense biasa, hanya saja bentuknya Past.

Past Future Continuous Tense, yaitu peristiwa yang akan sedang berlangsung tetapi dulu, bukan kini, bukan pula nanti.

Contoh untuk Past Future Continuous Tense

Kemarin , teman saya bilang mau ke rumah saya jam 9. Ingat, ini kemarin. Wah waktu itu saya tidak bisa terima tamu tuh jam segitu, karena pas jam 9 itu saya akan sedang berenang. Jadwal saya renang kemarin itu 8:30 sampai 10:00. Jadi jam 9 kemarin akan sedang renang kan? kapan renangnya? kemarin!. Itulah arti “sedang tetapi dulu” ini. Sekarang Anda faham 100 persen kan? Dalam hal ini kita gunakan Past Future Continuous Tense ya: “I would be swimming at 9 yesterday, makanya tak bisa terima tamu itu kemarin”.

Rumus Past Future Continuous Tense :
     Positif: S + would + be + Ving
     Negatif: S + would + not + be + Ving
     Tanya: Would + S + be + Ving

Contoh kalimat Past Future Continuous Tense:
-I would be swimming at 9 yesterday.

Waktu tukang pos datang, dia akan sedang mandi. Untunglah, jadi surat tersebut bisa diterimanya, kalau tidak maka surat itu dikembalikan ke alamat pengirim deh.

-When the post man came, She would be taking a bath.

Contoh lain:

-You would be working …
-They would be driving home …
-She would be learning music …

-He would be having lunch When I aksed him for help

Kalimat Negatif Past Future Continuous Tense

-You would not be working …
-They would not be driving home …
-She would not be learning music …

Kalimat Tanya Past Future Continuous Tense

-Would You be working …?
-Would They be driving home …?
-Would She be learning music …?

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