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Future tenses refer to actions and/or thoughts to be completed/continued into a later time (in the future). It is important to note that it is expressing more than just the time of ab action or event. Any 'future' tense will always refer to a time 'later than now' and may include expressing an attitude to a future event.
Ideas can be expressed using different tenses and some examples are as follows:
1. Simple prediction for example: There will be snow in many areas tomorrow.
2. Arrangements: I'm meeting Jim at the airport.
3. Plans and intentions: We're going to spend the summer abroad.
4. Prediction based on present evidence: I think it's going to rain!
5. An action in progress in the future: This time next week I'll be sun-bathing.
6. An action or event that will take place immediately or very soon: The train is about to leave.
7. Forecasting the future and looking at a completed action: A month from now he will have finished all his exams.
It is understandable that these tenses are used to express the future.
There are four types of future tenses:
1. Simple future tense
2. Future continuous tense
3. Future perfect tense
4. Future perfect continuous tense
Please bear in mind that there are extensions to future tenses. They are:
a. The use of the present continuous which looks at future arrangements
b. The simple present which deals with scheduled events
c. \"Going\" or \"going to\" which talks about the future. This is an extension of the future perfect continuous tense.