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In this unit, I have been able to review different structures and usages related to the future tense in English. For example, usages of the future simple include: the expression of future facts and certainties; promises; predictions; assumptions and speculations; spontaneous decisions; and threats (as in the sentence, ?You?d better shut up or I?ll smack you?). The future continuous is used in the following ways: to say that something will be in progress at a particular future moment; to say what we guess might be happening at the present moment; for polite inquiries into others? plans; and to refer to fixed future events (as in the sentence, ?Bob will be throwing a party again next week?). The future perfect is used to say that something will have been done by a certain time in the future (as in the sentence, ?Bob says he?ll have his report handed in by Friday?). The future perfect continuous is used to say how long something will have gone on by a certain time (as in the sentence, ?By the time you finish eating, I will have been dead for several days?). The structure of going + infinitive is used to express intentions, predictions, and plans.