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This unit explains the future tenses. There are seven basic tenses, each have different usages. The future simple tense is used for promises, assumptions, threats and more. Then there's the future continuous tense,used to say that something will be in progress at a certain time in the future. There's also the future perfect tense, used to say that something will already have been done at a certain time in the future. The future perfect continues tense shows how long something will have continued by a certain time.
The going to future tense is often confused with the future simple tense, its best to teach these two at the same time, in order to explain the differences very carefully. The present simple tense is usually associated with schedules and time tables. Lastly, the present continuous tense is used for definite arguments.
There are different teaching exercises for each of these tenses. As a teacher, it is your duty to teach each of these in the best way possible.