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Unit 8 covered future tense verbs: future simple, future continuous, future perfect, and future perfect continuous. Aside from those four, there are three other future tenses that are more frequently used: be going future, present simple, and present continuous. The last two are technically present tenses, but have future applications. I found this lesson to be the most complex so far, since these are language elements native speakers use every day without consciously knowing the difference between all of the tenses. I believe it will be a challenge to teach these concepts to language learners, but hopefully with the suggested teaching ideas and practice, it will get easier.