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Future tenses express future events or future state of being and is categorized based on whether the action will be completed or will be in progress.
Future simple (will)+(verb) is used for actions that will occur in future and can be used to make predictions, promises and for facts and uncertainties. E.g I will work.
Future continuous (will be)+(present participle) is used for ongoing actions that will occur in the future. E.g I will be working.
Future perfect (will have)+(past participle) is used to describe actions that will have been completed at a certain time in the future. E.g I will have worked.
Future perfect continuous (will have been)+(present participle) is used for actions that will be ongoing at some specific time in the future. E.f I will have been working.
Present simple and present continuous can act as future tense when they express actions occurring in the future.