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Unit 8 explained about the third tense which is the future tense. It is the most complicated area of the english language as it has seven forms compared to the other two tenses which has 4 forms each. The seven forms are: future simple, future continuous, future perfect, future perfect continuous, be going+infinitive, present simple, and present continuous. The future simple is used in expressing future facts and certainties, promises, predictions based on no present evidence, assumptions, speculations, spontaneous decisions, and threats. Future continuous is used to say something that will be in progress at a particular moment in the future, to predict the present, for polite inquiries referring to other people's plans, and to refer to future events which are fixed or decided. The future perfect is used to say something that will be completed at a certain time in the future. The future perfect continuous is used to say how long something will have continued by a certain time. The \"going to\" future is used for intentions, predictions based on present evidence, and plans.
This chapter has explained in detail the use of every forms of the future tense. It is important for the teacher to distinguish between the difference in each form specially on how to use each forms. The teacher has to create activities that will help him/her in explain these differences to the students.