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The focus of this unit is the different forms of the future tense, how to use them and various activities that can be adapted to teaching each. The future tense is probably the most confusing tense because there are so many different forms. The seven most common forms are future simple, future perfect, future continuous, future perfect continuous, the ?going to? form, present simple and present continuous. Of these seven most common tenses, the most difficult may be the future perfect continuous because of it?s complex form (will + have + been + verb + ing) as well as the adverbal expression ?by? that is ususally associated with it (how and where does it fit in a sentence). It is also important to indicate a certain time period when using this form.