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The future tenses can be confusing as there are several different ways to refer to the future and the difference between them is not always straightforward. Itâ€™s also noteworthy that the present simple and the present continuous which are normally used as present tenses, can also be used to talk about the future. For example, â€œThe flight leaves in half an hourâ€ and â€œWeâ€™re meeting in the city tomorrowâ€, respectively. The future tenses include the future simple (e.g. â€œIâ€™ll cook spaghetti for dinnerâ€), the future continuous (e.g. â€œI will be vacationing in Hawaii this yearâ€), the future perfect (e.g. â€œI will have read 5 books by the end of the monthâ€), the future perfect continuous (e.g. â€œI will have been living overseas for 21 years this Augustâ€) and be going + infinitive (e.g. â€œI am going to swim laterâ€).