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This unit goes over the different future tenses. The future tenses are made up of the future simple, future continuous, future perfect, future perfect continuous, and the 'going to' future. The future tense's simple, continuous, perfect, and perfect continuous are similar to the present and past tenses in usage. The only difference is the time at which the even that is being spoken about differs. But the future tense has one tense that is categorized under the future tense, which is the 'going to' tense. This tense covers the usage of expressing intention, predictions based on present evidence, and plans made before they are spoken.