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Unit 8 taught me how to describe actions that will occur, will be occurring, will have occurred by a certain time, and will have been occurring in the future tense. The Unit was comprised of sections explaining the most common tenses used for future such as: future simple, future continuous, future perfect, future perfect continuous, to be + going to (in the future), etc. I noticed again, the grammatical structures used in these tenses are similar to the ones used in both the present and past tenses, which made it easier for me to understand and practice. It was also good for me to review how some of the present tenses (present simple, present continuous) are used in the future tense, and what makes them different from the other tenses (present simple: set schedules, itineraries, etc.). All in all, this was a great review.