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The future tense system is quite complex. The future has the same 4 tenses as present and past: 'simple', 'continuous', 'perfect' and 'perfect continuous'. To construct these tenses for the future, the word 'will' is placed after the subject. There are three additional forms that are present tense but can be used to express the future. These may be used even more frequently. These tenses are 'be going + infinitive', 'present simple' and 'present continuous'. The 'be going' tense looks similar to the 'present continuous' tense but is always followed by a verb. This tense is used to express intentions, predictions based on present evidence and decisions made before speaking. The 'present simple' tense is often used for expressing timetables and schedules. The 'present continuous' tense is used for the future when speaking about definite arrangements taking place at a future time and for general decisions and plans that are spoken about without a definite time frame.