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Despite the fact that there are a number of tenses for the future, this unit has helped to solidify some of the patterns that have been emerging with previous tenses (past and present). I am finding it now quite a bit easier to identify the basic tenses (simple, perfect, continuous, perfect continuous) in all forms. However, again, as in previous lessons, distinguishing the nuances in usage continues to sometimes be tricky. I find it difficult to memorize which forms are used for predictions and which for facts and which for enquiries, etc... I need to develop some kind of system for remembering the various usages.
Finally, this unit helped to clarify the distinction between 'will' and 'shall'. These two words are often used interchangeably in common usage (when shall is used at all), and knowing when to use them properly is helpful.