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In this unit the different types of future tenses are explained such as future simple, future continuous, future perfect, future perfect continuous, \"going to\" future tense, and two present tense forms that can indicate future meaning and actions without a time frame. The future tense can be particularly challenging for English as a second language learners because in some languages, the future tense isn't even used. For example, in Japanese there is no future tense, so it may be hard for students to grasp these concepts. It is important that students understand the structures and ways one can use these tenses in order to clearly express what they want to say. Understanding typical errors will also help students grasp these concepts because they will be able to recognize what is a flawed sentence and what is correct.