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Whew! Four tenses is a lot to keep straight, but seven tenses is even more difficult! There are the standard four (future simple, future continuous, future perfect, and future perfect continuous) as well as three other forms (Going to future, present simple, and present continuous). This promises to be tricky for new learners. I think that actual practice will be of great help and so activate phase activities will really need to help drive home how each of these tenses is used and in what situations. To state the form and function of each of the seven future tenses will help, but with time and practice the student will begin to have a real feel for which one is best used in what circumstance. I certainly have learned to use each one quite naturally, but through much time, practice, and exposure and I hope that the frequent use of questions as to how their evening was last night or what they will be doing that evening will help to give them practical application of form and usage. The suggestions for ESA activities will be particularly helpful in teaching future tenses.