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Yes -- future perfect tense. Right.

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Is this verb tense correct?
As of December 1, Ira and Sandy will have been going together for three years.

As of December 1, Ira and Sandy will have been going together for three years.



As of December 1, Ira and Sandy will have been going together for three years.

Does anybody knows if this has a verb tense issue.

As of December 1st, Ira and Sandy will have been going together for three years.

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