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This unit covered the future tenses. Students and teachers must be careful here, as there are some US/UK differences to note.
The first tense covered was the future simple. To construct it, you just write ?will? before the verb. Future simple is used when stating facts or making predictions or promises.
The next tense presented was future continuous. This is constructed with ?will be? with the verb and ?ing. This tense is used when discussing an action in progress at a future time, for polite questions, or for ?predicting? what is happening elsewhere currently.
Next, I learned about the future perfect tense. It is constructed with ?will have? plus the past participle. Future perfect is used when you want to say that something will be completed by a future time.
The next tense in the readings was future perfect conditional. This tense is constructed by adding a ?ing verb after ?will have been?. We use this tense to say how long something will have continued after a certain time. This sentence often appears with an adverbial phrase.
The final tense is the ?going to? future. It is constructed with ?to be? conjugated plus going plus the infinitive. We use this tense to express plans or predictions about the future.
There were reviews of two tenses at the end of this chapter- the present simple and the present continuous. Depending on sentence construction, these tenses can also be used to express future plans or actions.