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This unit went over the future tenses and their uses, possible errors students can make in each tense and useful tips on methods for teaching them. It also explained the use of other tenses to express actions that happen in the future like the present simple and present continuous. Although they are not future tenses they can be used to express something that will happen in the future. I can see how students can get confused when learning English as there are so many very subtle differences in the usage of the different tenses and this is seen more so in the future tenses, for example with the different between predictions using the future simple and the going + infinitive construction. One is used in a general prediction and one used when you have evidence based on a present situation. As a native speaker of English, one doesn't even think about that kind of slight difference when we say something, it just comes naturally.