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M.B. - Spain said:
This unit focused on the future tense and its various forms. The seven tenses covered were the future simple, continuous, perfect, perfect continuous, ?going to,? present simple, and finally present continuous. In going over the unit I?ve come to understand the different usages for each tense covered. For the future simple typically one would use its form for fact and certainties, prediction, spontaneous decisions, assumptions, or promises among others. The future continuous tense can be used to mention events that will be in motion in a given moment in the future, to take a guess on what is going on now, to ask someone about their future plans, or to talk about future events that are fixed. If one wants to state something that will have been completed at a certain time in the future the future perfect tense is the form that statement will make. The perfect continuous tense is used when one wants to state how long something will have continued by a certain time. The ?going to? future tense takes on the use of intentions, predictions, or plans. To use the present simple one can address a schedule or suggest better options. Finally, one can use the present continuous for definite or undefined plans/decisions.