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The future tenses in the English language are Future Simple, Future Continuous, Future Perfect, Future Perfect Continuous, \"Going To\", Present Simple used as future, and Present Continuous used as future. I've learned how to distinguish one form from the other, how to structure it, and when we use one versus the other. Future Simple is to used to state future facts, make future predictions, or future actions. Future Continuous is to say an action will be going on at a certain point in the future, or can also be used to make a prediction in the present, an inquiry, or to describe future events that are fixed. Future perfect is to used to say that something will have been done by a certain point in the future. Future Perfect Continuous is used to say how long something will have been going on by a certain point in the future. \"Going to\" is used to express intentions, plans, or predictions based on evidence. The Present Simple is commonly used for schedules and time tables in the future, and Present Continuous is used for definite arrangements in the future.