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During this Unit I have learned that Future simple and going to future can be easily confusing to students. Future simple is used for future facts, promises, threats, assumptions, predictions made without evidence and decisions that are made spontaneously at the time of speaking. Going to future is used for predictions that have evidence, decisions that had been made prior to the time of speaking and intention. Many native speakers also lack some clarity, we commonly use these tenses without caution, whether the decision was made at the time of speaking or prior. As well as when we are making predictions, both of these tenses are used interchangeable, without considering if there is evidence or not.
I have also learned that there is a difference between present continuous and going to future. When you use the verb 'go' in present continuous it appears to be the same, but when you are using going to future there is an additional verb.
I have also learned that when teaching future perfect and future perfect continuous the key is teaching that future perfect is the completion or termination of an action at the time being referred to, but with future perfect continuous the main use is the amount of time an action will be taking at the time being referred to.