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The seven most common future tenses are the future simple, the future continuous, the future perfect, the future perfect continuous, be going, the present simple and the present continuous. Learners often mix up between \"be going to\" and \"the future simple\" tense. Teaching the two tenses can be useful so that students can understand the differences. Future continuous tense describes something that will be in progress at a particular point in the future, this idea causes confusion. Distinction needs to be made between the the completion of an action at a certain time in the future and how long something will have been in progress for in the future. This is the difference between future perfect and future perfect continuous. The present simple and present continuous tenses are both present tenses but can be used in future applications.