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The future may be expressed in different ways and for this reason it may appear complicated.
The first way is the future simple (I shall/will+verb).It's used to express future facts and certainties, promises, predictions based on no present evidence, assumptions,speculations, spontaneous decisions, threats.
The second one is the future continuous (will+be+verb+ing). It refers to something that will be in progress at a particular time in the future; it express other people's plans; it predicts the present to say what we think might be happining; it refers to future events fixed or decided.
The third one is the future perfect(will+have+pp). It is used to say that something will have been done, completed, achieved by a certain time in the future.
The fourth one is the f. perfect continuous (will+have+been+ing)and it is used to say how long something will have continued by a certain time.
Moreover, people may express their intentions, predictions based on present evidence or plans made before the time of speaking by using the going to future form (be going+infinitive).
Then,finally, the present simple and the present continuous may have a future meaning too!
The first one is used for timetables,schedules,to suggest situations. While, the second, is used for definite arrangements, decisions and plans without a time frame.