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Simple Future Tense refers to a time later than now, and expresses facts or certainty while Present Simple Tense has more formal implication, it?s used particularly for schedules and timetables. The ?Going to? Future form also shows future action but may not be showing future action alone, it is used when a plan has been made and to speak of things which are certain to happen. Future Continuous deals with an action that will be going on at a time in the future while Present Continuous Tense implies definite arrangements and it mostly deals with plans in diary and journal. We use the Future Perfect Tense when we speak of an action that will be completed at a time in the future. It is the first time I came across the Future Perfect Continuous Tense, however rarely used, it?s helpful to apply it in a sentence that explain an action that is continuing until a certain point in the future.

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