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    I wonder the reason why it has been here used FUTURE PERFECT!

    The building is hardly there to satisfy the needs of structure but, whatever its purpose or plan, structural needs will have had a vital hand in shaping its form.



    Moreover, considering the sentences above, Is my explanation bottom right? if so, would you tell me when/where do you prefer to use such a statement?

    These colours will have had an important for this wall. It means: the wall has not yet coloured, but it is expected to colour. Is my explanation right? if so, would you tell me when/where do you prefer to use such a statement?


    In addition, what is the difference between will have and will have had in this situation?


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    "Will have had" is past sense.

    So when the building was made, its structural needs were considered.


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    Quote Originally Posted by nima_persian View Post
    Greetings

    I wonder the reason why it has been here used FUTURE PERFECT!
    The building is hardly there to satisfy the needs of structure but, whatever its purpose or plan, structural needs will have had a vital hand in shaping its form.
    I explained this in the other thread as well as I could. Have you read the Wikipedia article? Future perfect - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
    Moreover, considering the sentences above, Is my explanation bottom right? if so, would you tell me when/where do you prefer to use such a statement?

    These colours will have had an important for this wall. It means: the wall has not yet coloured, but it is expected to colour. Is my explanation right? if so, would you tell me when/where do you prefer to use such a statement?


    In addition, what is the difference between will have and will have had in this situation?

    No. Your sentence is no good, and neither is your explanation. I don't know what you were trying to say about the wall being colored. I seldom if ever prefer to use future perfect. You will not encounter it very often.

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    "Will have had" is past sense.
    No, it isn't. Don't confuse the issue with incorrect information. Nima_persian is having enought trouble as it is.
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    Ok, so buildings are not designed prior to construction? and had isn't past tense? got it...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Harold14370 View Post
    Nima_persian is having enought trouble as it is.
    I am no longer quite sure what Nima_persian is or what they or it are having.
    The same questions, worded exactly the same, appear on other language boards
    Some of them at almost exactly the same time.
    I find it a bit odd.

    http://forum.thefreedictionary.com/profile741328.aspx

    http://ell.stackexchange.com/questions/18470/does-anyone-know-the-other-reason-for-using-future-perfect-here



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    Quote Originally Posted by sarnamluvu View Post
    Ok, so buildings are not designed prior to construction? and had isn't past tense? got it...
    The word "will" should clue you in to the fact that it is not past tense. It's future perfect. Read the Wikipedia article.
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    Thank you all so much.

    Hi dan hunter and thank you very much.

    Yes. I post my question on some sites, when I am so confused, in order to get some more explanations so that I can improve my understandings.
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    Quote Originally Posted by nima_persian View Post
    Thank you all so much.

    Hi dan hunter and thank you very much.

    Yes. I post my question on some sites, when I am so confused, in order to get some more explanations so that I can improve my understandings.
    Hi Nima. Tell me more about yourself.
    Are you from the University of Tehran?
    Are you this?
    I am learning English at Literature University of Tehran.
    I am going to learn it in best way so that I can teach it, because I would love to connect and be friend with all people especially English and American, because I like and love them.
    NIMA
    And this too?
    http://instagram.com/nima_persian
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    I am not the following:

    And this too?
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