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In five years' time, I will have left school. I will have done a computing course and I will have found a job in IT. Maybe I will be earning a lot of money in my job. If I am, I will be driving an expensive car! I will not be living with my parents. Perhaps I will be sharing a flat with some friends. I hope that I will have gone with the same girlfriend - but we won't have got married yet.' Joel.

Thanks in advance!
Dominik
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I see you're practicing the forms with will!

They are all fine except will have gone with the same girlfriend. It's not a natural phrasing. you need this:

I hope I will still be going with the same girlfriend.

You might be tempted to try this:

I hope I will have been going with the same girlfriend.

But I advise against it! It's much too twisted grammatically, even if it is technically correct.

CJ
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Thanks CalifJim for your advice.

I have made a mistake. It should be

I hope that I will be going out with the same girlfriend - but we won't have got married yet

Is this now correct?
DominikI have made a mistake. It should be

I hope that I will be going out with the same girlfriend - but we won't have got married yet

Is this now correct?
Yes. Now it's correct.

Good work!

CJ