The Future II describes, that an action will have been closed and completed in a specific time in the future. It is mostly used to express past probabilities or likelihood. When used in this way, an adverb like sicher, vielleicht, wahrscheinlich or dort is often used in the same sentence. Except of this usage, the tense is rarely used.
Warum ist das Auto kaputt? (Why is the car broken?)
There are some words, that indicate the perfect future tense (Futur II) in German.
To use the future II tense in the correct way, you need to watch a certain rule when constructing it:
See the conjugation of the auxiliary 'werden' in present below.
If you want to learn how to conjugate the past participle, have a look the the special chapter about the past participle in German.
It's important to know when to use which auxiliary. There are some rules you have to remember.
|When to use 'sein'||When to use 'haben|
See some examples here:
Now, that you have learned about the future I and future II, strengthen your ability about these tenses in our exercises.
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