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This unit was about the different future tenses. Similar to the present and past tenses, the future also has the simple, continuous, perfect and perfect continuous but you can also use the present simple, the present continuous and the 'be going to' form to describe something in the future. I think it's refreshing to read through the grammar unit, because usually you don't even realize what future form you're using, so to be able to explain and give reasons why we say certain things, is really handy. Even when there's forms like the future perfect continuous that we don't use as often, it's good to know the differences between them. And once you know the structures of the different forms, it's easy to tell them apart.