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Unit 8: In Unit 8, Future Tense was discussed. This verb tense describes an action that has not taken place yet. The most common verb used in this tense is will. There are many different types of future tense forms and this can lead to confusion among English language learners. Future Simple Tense is the easiest of these forms to understand, as the name implies. The tense form is subject + auxiliary will + main verb. An example of this would be as follows; I will eat. A much more complex Future Tense would be the use of Going To. This form suggests future events, but the time of the event is Not important. An example of this use would be as follows; Are Brian and Larry going to the party? Everything learned in the previous unit lessons of Past and Present Tenses tie into the understanding of Future Tense.