I will have been coming to this gym for a year in June.
Paul won’t have been working for the company for two months tomorrow, he’s still quite new.
Will Sandy have been playing tennis for four years in June?
I think Nancy will have been driving longer than Judy.
I think Nancy will not have been driving longer than Judy.
Will Nancy have been driving longer than Judy?
* NOTE: We can use Future Perfect Continuous to focus more on the action and we can use Future Perfect Simple (Tyler will have read) to focus more on the action (Tyler will have been reading).
Compare the following:
Tyler will have read his new novel in a month.
Tyler will have been reading his new novel for a month.