What is the future tense of “perspire”!


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The future tense form of 'perspire' is formed by using the auxiliary verb will followed by the base form of the verb perspire. Example: They will perspire heavily in the hot weather. (They will perspire heavily in the hot weather.)

Definition of “perspire”

  • to sweat, especially heavily or in large amounts
  • to excrete perspiration through the pores of the skin

Tense sentence structure and examples:


Notes from a Native English Speaker

Here are the general structures of a present and past participle. Remember, some verbs have an irregular form and may not follow this structure: Present Participle: [Verb] -ing Past Participle: [Verb] -ed

Future Simpleperspire
Future Continuousperspiring
Future Perfectperspired
Future Simple
The simple future tense is used to describe actions that will happen in the future.
Subject + will/shall + Verb + (Object)


She will perspire during her workout tomorrow.


They will perspire in the hot weather next week.

Future Continuous
The future continuous tense is used to describe actions that will be in progress at a specific time in the future.
Subject + will be + Present Participle + (Object)


At this time tomorrow, I will be perspiring from the heat.


They will be perspiring during the outdoor event.

Future Perfect
The future perfect tense is used to indicate actions that will be completed at a specified point in the future.
Subject + will/shall have + Past Participle + (Object)


By the end of the race, she will have perspired a lot.


They will have perspired enough to need a break.

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