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In this unit, seven forms of future tense were outlined: future simple, future continuous, future perfect, future perfect continuous, be going + infinitive, present simple, and present continuous. For me, this lesson was a good reminder of the subtle differences between the types of tenses. The meaning of a sentence can be easily?or sometimes mistakenly?altered by the use/misuse of ?have? or ?have been? or a past or present participle. It will be interesting to see if students are able to more easily remember the differences in these tense forms based on the names of the tenses (ex. Future simple, future perfect, etc.) or their usages. It seems that it will be important for students to learn to think critically about the message they are attempting to communicate and then build sentences accordingly, rather than getting hung up on whether they are using a ?future perfect continuous? form versus a present continuous form, for example.