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I found this unit challenging in some respects due to the three additional tenses (?Going to?, ?Present Simple? and ?Present Continuous?) as being also relevant to express the future tense. Whilst there are parallels with the ?simple?, ?perfect?, continuous? and ?perfect continuous? in the present and past tenses, the auxiliary verb ?will? is predominant in the future tenses. The auxiliary verb ?shall? can be interchanged with ?will? but is used in the more formal usage and is used only within the UK (although personally known to also occur in Australia, again in the more formal usage).
I found it interesting that the use of three auxiliary verbs ?will?, ?have? and ?been? only occur in the Future Perfect Continuous tense. The use of predictions (with and without evidence) as used in the Going To,Future Simple and Future Continuous tenses is another aspect in helping to determine which tense to use or has been used, and the use of the Present Simple in scheduled or timetabled events and the Present Continuous for future arrangements, add further dimension and specifics to the Future Tense.