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Future tense is a grammatical form of verbs which an action take place in the future time. The form of the Future tense are:
1) Future simple: (a) used to tell about something that will happen in the future, that is tomorrow, next year, etc. e.g. It will happen again soon. (b) promises, e.g. I will do it tomorrow. (c) spontaneous decision, e.g. I will take a shower.
2) Future continuous: (a) used to tell about something that will be happening in the future. e.g. He will be reading a book tonight. (b) Guessing a present action. e.g. She won't be far away. (c) Something that happen in future that fixed or decided events. e.g. You will be required to work tomorrow evening.
3) Future perfect: This tense indicates that an action will have been completed or achieved at some point of time in future. e.g. He will have finished his work when she comes here.
4) Future perfect continuous: To say something would have continued by a certain time. e.g. By Tomorrow I will done 12 hours overtime.
5) \"Going to\" future: (a) intentions, e.g. I'm going to build a sand castle. (b) a predictions based on evidence. e.g. It going to rain soon. (c) a plane or decisions made before speaking. e.g. I going to fix the table.