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This unit is about future tenses. I learned about the difference in usage between \"will\" and \"be going to\" from this unit. \"Will\" is used for spontaneous decisions and predictions based on no evidence, while \"be going to\" is based on already made decisions and predictions based on evidence. As a native speaker, I've never thought about the differences between these two, and saw them as nearly interchangeable, so this was new information for me. I also learned that \"present simple\" and \"present continuous\" are used to refer to some future tenses because they use \"is\" and \"are\" even though they are talking about events that will happen in the future. It's interesting to me that they seem to be simultaneously present and future. This is another thing I've never thought about as a native speaker. I feel that I've become more aware of my own language's structure and characteristics from this unit.