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Future perfect is "future" combined with "perfect". So whichever helper (haben, sein) you'd use for perfect, that'll be the one for "future perfect", too. If you don't know which one to use for "perfect" then "future perfect" is not something you should be worrying about.
Just like in Perfekt (present perfect) and Plusquamperfekt (past perfect), Futur II (future perfect) uses either "haben" or "sein", and in some cases can use both. There's no difference in the choice of the auxiliary verb between Futur II and the other two tenses. In general, many verbs use "haben". Verbs of movement use "sein", as do verbs expressing a ...
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