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As with past and present tenses, the future tense has four aspects. Future simple is the most basic, and is formed by using \"will\" with a base verb. This is used for future plans, facts, decisions made in the moment, threats, and promises. Future continuous is similar to present continuous tense, except that the \"to be\" auxiliary verb is not conjugated because the sentence includes \"will\". \"I will be watching Star Wars on Wednesday,\" is an example of this form, used to show an action in progress in the future. It can also be used for predictions based on evidence.
Future perfect and future perfect continuous are more rare and relate different points in time in the future. Future perfect combines \"will,\" the auxiliary verb \"have\" and the past participle form of a verb, such as \"eaten\" for example, to talk about events completed before a future date. This often uses an adverbial phrase indicating when the action is completed. Future perfect continuous describes an ongoing action taking place in the future. This is formed with \"will,\" \"have,\" \"been,\" and the present participle form of a verb. \"He will have been sleeping for seven hours by that time,\" is an example. These forms are rare and involve a lot of components like auxiliary verbs, so students have many areas to make mistakes.