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Unit 8 focuses on the correct usage of future verb tenses in English?the simple future, future continuous, future perfect, and future perfect continuous. The simple future (shall/will + base form of the verb), expresses promises, predictions with no present evidence, future facts and certainties, assumptions and speculations, spontaneous decisions as well as threats. Future continuous (will/shall + be + -ing) is used to say that something will be in progress at a particular future time, predict the present to say what might be happening at the moment, used for polite inquiries referring to other people?s plans, but not influence the listener?s intentions and to refer to future events which are fixed or decided without suggesting personal intention. Future perfect (shall/will + have + past participle), on the other hand, conveys that something will have been done, completed or achieved by a certain time in the future. Finally, future perfect continuous (shall/will + have + been + -ing) is used to state how long something will have continued by a certain time.