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What is the difference between these two sentences?

My aunt will have been living in England for five years when I go there.

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My aunt will have lived in England for five years when I go there.

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This question appears quite regularly :) I think these answers, especially mok's, may be useful.

The continuous forms are often used to show a temporary arrangement.
I live here sounds permanent.
I am living here sounds temporary.

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