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This unit discussed the future tenses, which include: future simple, future continuous, future perfect, future perfect continuous, 'going to' future, present simple, and present continuous. The last two tenses are formed using the present tense structure but their uses are different, and instead have future meanings. This can be very confusing, as demonstrated in the unit which mentioned how such a tense as the 'going to' future can be confused with the present continuous. 'Going to' future is also quite different from the other future tenses as it involves the use of the present tense form of the verb 'to be', plus 'going to', plus the base form of the verb to be used. Its formula is more unique then the other future tenses and more specific. The other forms of the future tenses roughly follow these formulas: 1) future simple: subject + will/shall + verb, 2) future continuous: subject + will + be + verb + present participle (-ing), 3) future perfect: subject + will + have + past participle (sometimes -ed), 4) future perfect continuous: subject + will + have + been + verb + present participle (-ing).