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Mais personne mieux que Claude Nougaro n'aura incarné

G. D.C1Kwiziq community member

Mais personne mieux que Claude Nougaro n'aura incarné

Why is the future perfect used in this sentence: "Mais personne mieux que Claude Nougaro n'aura incarné..."?

Would present tense not work here?

Asked 1 year ago
CécileKwiziq team memberCorrect answer

Hi Gee, 

The future perfect is often used in historical accounts to describe something which happened in the past and may or may not be the case nowadays.

Take a look at this lesson from our partner site -

https://www.lawlessfrench.com/grammar/future-perfect/

Hope this helps!

G. D. asked:View original

Mais personne mieux que Claude Nougaro n'aura incarné

Why is the future perfect used in this sentence: "Mais personne mieux que Claude Nougaro n'aura incarné..."?

Would present tense not work here?

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