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Hello Friends,

I am Sabya from India, this is my first post in this site. I have some doubts regarding the differences between "Will have had" and "Will have", "Would have had" and "Would have".

1) For example :

everyday i save 1 $ and i will have had 30 $ in my bank account by end of the month.

Is this sentence correct ? Can we use "Will have " instead of "Will have had" ?

2) What is the difference between "Would have had" "Would have", could anyone please give me some real life examples.

3) Is using "Had had to" as good as using "Would have had to" ?

I have seen this below sentence in BBC.

Over Christmas 2003, Shipman was put on "basic privileges" after he was uncooperative with staff. He would have had to wear prison uniform and would have had no TV in his cell. He was moved back to the "standard privilege" level a week before he died.

As it's mentioning the actions before he died (past action), can we use had had to instead of Would Have had to there ?

It would be very nice of you if you can clarify these points.

Thanks

Sabya
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SabyakgpHello Friends,

I am Sabya from India, this is my first post in this site. I have some doubts regarding the differences between "Will have had" and "Will have", "Would have had" and "Would have".

1) For example :

everyday i save 1 $ and i will have had 30 $ in my bank account by end of the month. omit 'had'

Is this sentence correct ? Can we use "Will have " instead of "Will have had" ?

2) What is the difference between "Would have had" "Would have", could anyone please give me some real life examples.

3) Is using "Had had to" as good as using "Would have had to" ?

I have seen this below sentence in BBC.

Over Christmas 2003, Shipman was put on "basic privileges" after he was uncooperative with staff. He would have had to wear prison uniform and would have had no TV in his cell. He was moved back to the "standard privilege" level a week before he died.

As it's mentioning the actions before he died (past action), can we use had had to instead of Would Have had to there ?

It would be very nice of you if you can clarify these points.

Thanks

Sabya

If you save $1 every week, you will have............probably will happen

If you saved $1 every week, you would have...........might happen, might not

If you had saved $1 every week, you would have had..............didn't happen
If you save $1 every day you will have $30 at the end of the month.

If you saved $1 every day you would have $30 at the end of the month.

If you had saved $1 every day you would have had $30 at the end of the month.

If I had more time I would write more examples.

If I had had more time I would have written more examples.
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Then where we can use "Will have had", i think "Will have had" is perfect form of Will (when we are talking about possesing something ). Can we say, We will have had our independence for 50 years, by end of this year or We will have our independence for 50 years, by end of this year.

which one is correct and why ?

Another way saying this :

We will have been enjoying the fruits of Independence for 50 years, by end of this year.

It means at present also we are enjoying the fruits but by end of this year we will have completed 50 years of it.

Is that correct ? Please help me.
Will have + past participle is used to look back on a situation from the future.

OK. The time is 10.00 pm.

I'm going to give you 10 minutes to do something.

Now, at 10.00 pm, I can say: You have 10 minutes to do this.

After 10 minutes, at 10.10 pm, I can say: You have had 10 minutes to do this.

Now but thinking 10 minutes into the future I say: (at 10.10 pm) You will have had 10 minutes to do this.
1)
It's will have $30 in the bank account. Will have had would imply that you're talking about the past, but it didn't happen. For example, using your bank account example "If I had saved $1 a week when I was younger, I would have had $30 last week".

2)
Would have is the future, would have had is the past, but it didn't happen.
Would is conditional, so anything it refers to relies on an assumption.

3)
Had had to is a bit confusing. The first implies past tense. The second had means they were forced to. So, in the past, they were forced to do something.
Would have had to means if some event occured, then they would have had to.

Yes, you could use had had to there, but it's a bit confusing and doesn't flow properly, but it's definitely not incorrect. When spoken, it would sound like "He had'ad to", sort've joined together.
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yes "would have had" is correct
in this sentence future perfect tense is used
will have+v3 (third form of verb)had is used here as v3 ( have- had- had)
example:
as I save 1 rupee every day, i will have saved 30 rupees till the end of month.